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VOL. XXV. NO. !>0. 



CHICAGO, MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1919. 



SPECIAL EDITION 



NEAR THE HALE WAY MARK 



Oaklawn Park Meeting Moves On 
With Interest Undiminished. 

r* ♦ 

Eternal’s Easy Victory Saturday 
Makes Great Impression — 
Latest Gossip. 



GRAND MARYLAND SEASON IN PROSPECT UNTIMELY INJURY TO COL. LIVINGSTON 



HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. March 30.— A lightning fast 
track is in prospect for the ushering in of the 
third week of racing at Oaklawn Park tomor- 
row. Today many fast moves were reported during 
the morning hours, and they were witnessed h.v sev- 
eral hundred (tersons. mostly tourists, who make 
their daily pilgrimage to see the thoroughbreds in 
their exercise every morning. 

Candidates for the Kentucky Derby were con- 
spicuous by their absence on the track in work- 
outs. as most of these which did not race yesterday 
afternoon were worked yesterday morning. 

With tite passing of the half way mark for the 
spring meeting here tomorrow, tin- sport is hold- 
ing up remarkably well and indications tire that 
it will continue to lie as big as ever to the end. 
I'snally the latter part of March finds many of the 
regulars deserting this section for Maryland, hut 
this year the exodus has been nothing compared 
to former years. What horses are here and in- 
tended for a Maryland campaign will remain at 
Oaklawn Park until April 10 or so and then lie 
sent to Havre de Grace. Most of the thoroughbreds 
taking part in the local meeting will go direct 
to Kentucky, and few of them will leave until the 
meeting ends. 

Veteran horsemen and turf followers are still 
talking of Eternal’s race yesterday and all aver 
that the Sweep colt is going to be mighty bard to 
trim, in tie- Kentucky Derby if lie continues to train 
on us lie lias been doing. The ease with which be 
rati five and one-lialf furlongs in 1:0*5% is vrliat 
impresses one the most. J. W. McClelland, bis 
owner, said that he came out of The race in fine 
condition and this morning lie was as playful as a 
kitten. 

Naturally yesterday’s race will help Eternal con- 
siderably and it will also help the other Derby 
eligibles which ran against him. Drummond. Skye 
Rail and Fnrmingdale. Drummond made a rather 
favorable impression, considering that it was his 
first start of the year, and lie looks like a lmrse 
that wants to go on. 

Close finishes still are the order of the day 
here and form continues to be better preserved 
than ever before. Even the poorer grade of horses 
are driving down with startling regularity noses, 
heads and necks apart, while the favorites as a rule 
are always close up when beaten. The layers have 
laid no cause for rejoicing since the Oaklawn meet - 
ing opened, with the exception of one day when 
six choices were beaten, but that break came tin- 
day after six favorites won. 

Carded features for this week, each of which 
will have a value of $8*1*1. arc- the Arlington Hotel 
Handicap Monday, the Col. W. 8. Kordyee Handi- 
cap Tuesday. Majestic Hotel Purse Wednesday. 
Buckwtaff Hath House Purse Thursday. Mountain 
Valley Handicap Friday and the Maurice Rath 
House Handicap Saturday. 

Beginning Monday the racing will slart at three 
o’clock each day instead of 2:30 as formerly. The 
change was made because of the moving up of the 
clocks an hour, giving more daylight. 

Joe Tigue, who has owned and trained horses for 
years, was taken suddenly ill at the race track 
Saturday. He was taken to his home. 

INTEREST IN DERBY CANDIDATES. 

The Oaklawn meeting has done more to stimulate 
interest in the coming Kentucky Derby, which will 
be decided at Churchill Downs. Louisville, on May 
Hi next, than any previous meeting, because of the 
number of the Derby candidates on hand here, and it 
is a safe prediction that many people whose en- 
thusiasm for racing has been none too keen*will he 
on hand to see the big race decided because of 
having seen some of the stars entered in it 
perform here. 

•lust when Eternal and The Wanderer. James Mc- 
Clelland’s two Derby candidates, will lie sent to 
tile Blue Grass State has not definitely been de- 
cided upon, as their owner, as well as trainer Kim 
Patterson, wants to have both as fit as hands cat! 
make them when they leave here, and neither is in 
a hurry to move. Conditions for training Derby 
horses could not tie better anywhere than they are 
here, and no better evidence of this could lie given 
than the fast trials of the thoroughbreds this eariy 
in the season. 

Kentucky turfmen are destined to get a heik at 
one of tlie sensations of recent years in the two- 
year-old line when Harry Perkins brings his newly 
acquired "$12,000 beauty” Westwood to that sec- 
tion this spring, if tin- colt lives up to his repu- 
tation here. This reputation was established without 
the highly-bred juvenile ever having to go to the 
post, as lie worked faster than the two-year-old 
races were run around here, and the work watchers 
and horsemen tabbed him as the liest in these parts 
the first time he put a foot <m the race track. 

When trainer Early Wright, who has the horses 
lu-re owned by George Wingfield, the Nevada sports- 
man. sold Kt. Allan, a two-year-old. for $8,000. 
In- told his friends that lie had another colt in his 
burn that could heat St. Allan doing anything from 
""He jump to the Rocky Mountains.” He never got 
n chance to show them in a race that wluit he told 
them was the truth, as two days later he let go 
Westwood after turning down several large offers 
for him. 

GREAT FUTURE FOR H0NEYW00D. 

If the Honey wood youngsters here are a sample 
of what one may expect of that sire, lie is destined 
to lie one of the greatest stallions of modern times. 
Tlie dams of his progeny here are all good mares, 
and were especially picked to lie bred to him, 
with a view of getting foals of the highest class. 

Tlie "halter brigade” has lieen unusually active 
here this spring, and a number of horses have 
changed hands via the claiming route. There are 
a number of owners who lay constantly for horses 
running out of line and considerable below their 
real value, and several useful selling platers have 
gone into new homes as a result. 

Mose Goldhlatt lias his eye on some of tlie twb- 
year -old stakes to Is- run in Kentucky this spring, 
and it is doubtful if there will In- one of them 
run in which either the colors of Harry Payne 
Whitucy or the Green tree Stable, owned by Mrs. 
Payne Whitney, will not lie carried. Tlie division 
of Hie Whitney stable which he is training is well I 
fortified with two-year-olds, and he has plenty of 



Plenty Racing Material of High Class Available and 
Ready for Approaching Meetings. 

BALTIMORE. Mil.. March 30. — Some six or seven 
hundred thoroughbreds are assembled in southern 
Maryland — at Bowie, about Henning, at I.anrel and 
at Pimlico and tlie Gentlemen’s Driving Park — and 
from these several colonies racing secretary Joseph 
McLennan will draw his fields for tlie Prince 
George Park races of next week and the week 
following during the inaugural meeting for the east 
of tlie season of 1919. The Prince George Park 
meeting will lie conducted by the Southern Mary- 
land Agricultural Association, and it will run from 
the first through tlie fifteenth of April. 

A season that promises well, east and west, tlie 
season of 1919 bids fair to lie eiioclml in Maryland 
racing. It. will he marked by the running of good 
programs at Bowie and Havre de Grace in April 
and tlie distribution at Pimlico in May of some 
such sum as $144.00*1 in stakes and purses. No 
more attractive program than the Maryland Jockey 
('lull lias advertised for the Pimlico May meeting 
could have been arranged. Tlie culminating feature 
of the meeting and of Maryland spring racing will 
be the renewal of tlie Preakness. which this year 
will have $25.00*) added. The gross value of the 
Preakness. a race of one mile and an eighth for 
three-year-old colts anil fillies — geldings will In 
barred will he almut $30,000. for it is practically 
a certainty now that ien or more horses will star* 
and eaeli of these will be required to pay a fee of 
$500. 

The other features of this great meeting will la- 
the renewals of tin- $5,000 Green Spring Valley 
Steeplechase, the $5,000 Pimlico Spring Handicap, 
tlie inaugural running of tlie $5,000 Pimlico Oaks, 
a race of one mile and a sixteenth, exclusively for 
three-year-old fillies, and Oie renewals of the 
$3,000 Pimlico Spring Juvenile and tlie $2,000 Pim- 
lico Nursery. TIip Maryland Jockey Club wil'. 
offer no purse of smaller value (in added money) 
than $1,000. and there will lie at least one steeple- 
chase every day. 

With purses at Bowie and Havre iIp Grace raised 
in proportion to the Pimlico advances, some of tin 
best performers of all ages and kinds of the strong- 
est eastern stables will take part in the Southern 
Maryland and Harford meetings. The track at 
Bowie and the track at Havre de Grace will lie On- 
scene ot' the preliminary racing of the horses that 
are to take part in the great Pimlico specials. 
And. thanks t-i an exceptionally mild winter 
and spring. racers of various ages of tin- 

great eastern stables are pretty much all ready for 
tlie colors. Whether they wintered in Maryland, 
or in Jersey, or in Pennsylvania, or on Long 
Island, they have had plenty of outdoor work. The 
winter track performers, which, in ordinary years, 
come this way from New Orleans and Havana and 
clean up at Bowie and Havre de Grace, will get 
little nourishment this spring. They will be called 
on to tackle horses in fine fettle after a good 
winter’s rest. 



LEXINGTON TRACK ALIVE WITH HORSES 

Several Derby Candidates Work Impressively — 
Kentucky Jockey Club to Meet Today. 



LEXINGTON. Ky„ March 30.— The Kentucky As- 
sociation track was alive with horses today, hut 
there was little in tlie way of fast work, the great- 
er portion of tlie exercise being in tlie nature of 
slow gallop*. Tlie weather was fine, the truck 
fast and the number of spectators large. Tlie most 
impresive move was that of H. H. Hewitt’s Blue 
Grass Stakes and Kentucky Derby candidate Gin- 
ger’s mile in 1:47%. Aside from being tlie best 
tine* of the season here for tiie distance, the horse’s 
rating was even, his striding bold and liis finish 
strong. It was by comparison much beuer than the 
mile Katurdav by Col. Taylor. The track, of course, 
was slower Saturday than it was Sunday morning, 
probably a second and a half slower, but Col. Tay 
lor did not run liis mile in 1 :49 with the same 
display uf stamina that was evident in Ginger’s 
performance. 

The Derby candidates Regale and Serbian worked 
three-nuarters. Oie former in 1:20%, and the latter 
in 1:21. Sewel Combs worked with Serbian. C. T. 
Worthington’s Viva America worked three-quarters 
in 1:21. Other moves at five-eighths were: Cane 

Run. 1:04%,: Dr. Carmen. 1:05; Precious. 1 :(K5; St. 
Augustine. 1:0*5%,. and American Eagle, 1:07%,. 

B. J. Brannon and Miller Henderson motored over 
from Isuiisvillc. Brannon says Colonel Livingston 
has a splint that will keep him out of the Ken- 
tucky Derby, but will not throw him out of train- 
ing. He says St. Bernard and Allard are going 
great guns. 

Messrs. Thomas A. Combs and J. O. Keene, mem- 
bers of the Kentucky State Racing Commission, and 
Robert L. Baker, general manager of tlie Kentucky 
Association track, went to Louisville today. There 
will be a meeting of the directors of the Kentucky 
Jockey Club in Louisville Monday morning and it is 
reimrled Hint Mr. Baker will tie elected to member- 
ship on tlie hoard. 

Inasmuch as tlierc are more applicants than boxes 
plans are in the making for more general use of 
the clubhouse than heretofore and it is likely that 
tea and dancing will lie a late afternoon addition 
to tlie entertainment of patrons. 

*'. \V. Moore has arranged to breed liis mare 

Maltha to Jim Gaffney. Maltha is the dam of 
War Pennant. 



stake engagements for them. He lias an unusually 
strong card to play in the Debutante Stakes at 
Churchill Downs and the Clipsetta Stakes at La- 
touia. both of which are for two-year-old fillies, 
in Red Red Rose, and it is going to take a real 
shifty youngster to trim her anywhere she goes. 
Slie lias rare gameness and a high flight of speed, 
and this enables her to go to the front or i-onu- from 
liehind. 

Zone d'Armee is another of tlie Whitney “babies” 
above tlie ordinary, as he demonstrated recently 
when St. Allan was forced to break a track record 
in tlie mud to beat him by a margin of a half 
length. This colt will he at his best when two- 
year-olds start going four and one-half furlongs 
and over, as he does not seem inclined to put fortli 
liis iiest efforts until lie has gone some distance. 

Due to the energetic efforts of racing secretary 
J. B. Campbell the Lntonia stakes received more 
nominations from here than ever before, and tliere 
is hardly a good horse at Oaklawn Park that was 
not nominated in one or more of them. Stake en- 
tries for the Milldale course closed Saturday, and 
secretary Campbell will forward them t<> the Ken- 
tucky Jockey Club at Covington, Ky. The horse- 
men here had only six days in which to enter in 
tlie I.utonia stakes, due to the late arrival of the 
blanks; but none of them was shut out. 

Many of tlie layers who operated tlie first few 
days of tlie meeting here were forced to take tlie 
count because of the continual parade of favorites 
home in front, but tlie larger ones are still holding 
forth hoping for a turn of events in their favor. 
-Six choices in one day eaine as a hard blow to 
them, but the tide turned their way two days 
later when all six choices were beaten. 



Slight Accident to B. J. Brannon's Crack Racer 
Forces Owner to Declare Him Out of Derby. 

LOUISVILLE, Ky.. March 30. — Racing devotees 
who have been hoping for the triumph of a western 
owned three-year-old in this year’s Kentucky Derby 
were disappointed when B. J. Brannon, owner of 
Colonel Livingston, announced that the gelding had 
gone wrong and in consequence could not be got 
ready in time to start in the rich stake. The 
trouble is due to the gelding having "thrown a 
splint” following a recent work-out, and while 
the injury is comparatively slight, owner Brannon 
deems it best not to resume liis training until tlie 
gelding has entirely recovered. Mr. Brannon will 
have the hoA<e fired, and he has been advised by a 
reliable veterinarian that Colonel Livingston will 
tie able to stand training about six weeks after 
lids is done, it is believed he will be able to fill 
ids other stake engagements, tiie chief one of which 
is the Latonia Derby. 

When lie went into winter quarters last fall 
Colonel Livingston headed the list of money-winning 
two-year-olds of western ownership and was un- 
doubtedly tlie best of liis age in the west. He 
started in twenty -two races, was successful in win- 
ning nine of them, was second on seven times and 
third mi four occasions, being unplaced in but two 
of his races. He was fourth in Hip list of money- 
winning two-year-olds of tlie year with total earn- 
ings of $19,623. He had wintered in splendid con- 
dition. and when brought to Churchill Downs to 
enter iqioii liis training was perfectly sound. He 
was regarded as tlie main reliance of Kentucky and 
the west in tlie Kentucky Derby. 

Fortunately owner Brannon has several other 
eligibles. these being St. Bernard, Allah and Hope- 
ful. Tlie first two are considered good enough 
to be sent after tlie Derby and are being 
trained with that in view. St. Bernard is tlie one 
most favored, and while lie cannot on his two- 
year-old form be classed with Colonel Livingston. 
Mr. Brannon is of tlie lielief that this one will serve 
•is a worthy substitute. 

St. Bernard, like his more illustrious stablemate, 
is a gelding, and is a son of Ivan the Terrible anil 
Beatrice K. His record of last year was four 
victories in eighteen starts. and liis total 

earnings amounted to $3,805. lie has not grown 
much since last fall, but has filled ont wonderfully 
ind has developed into one of the rugged and sturdy 
■type. He was recently sent j \ mile in 1:44%, and 
pulled up without taking a/ldng breath. If he 
continues to train sound St. Bernard will be a 
starter in the Derby, and lie will la- ridden by 
Earl Pool, who is now attached to tlie Brannon 
stable. 

In addition to liis Kentucky Derby eligibles Mr. 
Brannon boasts of nine other horses, among tlie num- 
ber being The Colleen Bawn and Green Grass., both 
winners at New Orleans; Bell Boy, Lady Manager, 
Lilly B.. Squeeler and Nepe. There are also a 
couple of two-year-olds, these being Little Blos- 
som. a brown filly, by Dick Finuell — Carrie Jones, 
sister to Westy Hogan, and which cost her owner 
a large amount of money, and Wild Flower, a bay 
filly by Magneto. Both The Colleen Bawn and Lady 
Manager have been named for tlie Kentucky Oaks. 
This stake was won several years ago by Cream, 
tlie dam of Lady Manager. Through an error The 
Colleen Bawn was raced at New Orleans last win- 
ter under the name of Tlie Cullen Bon. 

♦ 

THIRTY LEADING AMERICAN JOCKEYS 

Little T. Murray had a whale of time at Havana 
last week and in riding the winners of nine races 
put himself firmly in the leadership of Oie jockeys 
of 19X9. C. Robinson is reported to he ahoitt 
ready to resume riding, hut even if he does so 
with a fair measure of success in the saddle, lie 
will find it difficult to overcome Murray’s lead of 
nine winning mounts. At Hot Springs another 
pigmy rider. H. Cassity. was tlie deader for the 
week with six successes to his credit. At Havana 
J. Howard rode tlie same number of winners and 
thereby gained inclusion in the list of thirty most 
successful riders. H. Tliurber had five winners 
and ended tlie week one point behind C. Robinson. 



C. Brown and I 


j . Fator did 


well 


with 


four 


each. 


the 


records of tlie thirty 
day’s racing being: 


leaders at 


the 


end 


of Satur- 


Jockey. 


Jits. 


1st. 


2d. 


3d. 


Unp. 


P.C.L 


W 


Murray. T. . . 


. .251 


Til! 


30 


26 


143 


.21 


9 


Robinson, C. . 


.197 


43 


2(5 


33 


95 


.‘W 


0 


Tliurber. H. . 


. .313 


42 


50 


39 


182 


.13 


5 


Burke, H. J.. 


. .2*14 


39 


23 


27 


115 


.19 


0 


Mooney, J. 


. . 233 


3*5 


3*1 


26 


141 


.15 


0 


Kelsay. W. 


. .1*57 


30 


25 


18 


94 


• IS 


0 


Connelly. I). 


. . 182 


29 


30 


20 


97 


.16 


3 


Lunsford. II . . 


. . 149 


29 


23 


23 


74 


.19 


n 


Garner. M. 


. . ItiS 


28 


33 


28 


79 


.17 


4 


Dreyer. J. ... 


. . 1 75 


27 


2*5 


29 


93 


.15 


0 


Nolan. T. ... 


. .119 


25 


22 


17 


55 


.21 


0 


Pickens. A. . . 


. .172 


23 


31 


20 


92 


.13 


5 


Troise, it. ... 


. . 154 


23 


29 


16 


S6 


.15 


0 


Erickson. H. . 


. . 1 25 


22 


23 


15 


65 


.18 




Stalker. L. ... 


. . 99 


20 


IS 


10 


51 


.20 


0 


Cassity. H. 


.124 


20 


9 


18 


77 


.16 


0 


Preece. Q, . . . 


. .1*19 


lli 


19 


s 


<;*; 


.15 


0 

5 


Pitz. J 


. . 134 


19 


14 


14 


K7 


.14 


Brown. C. ... 


. .13$ 


19 


11 


20 


88 


.14 


4 


Dominick. J. . 


. . 86 


1*5 


11 


10 


49 


.19 


0 


Troxler, R. . . 


. . 72 


15 


10 


14 


33 


.21 


1 


Barrett, X. . . 


. . 106 


13 


25 


12 


50 


.12 




Howard. J. .. 


. .153 


13 


IS 


19 


103 


.os 


0 


Pullman. H. 


. . 1 54 


13 


17 


14 


1(10 


.OS 


0 


Rodriguez. J. 


.134 


13 


lr, 


IS 


ss 


.10 


0 


Molesworth. G. 


.133 


12 


IS 


12 


91 


.09 


0 


Pool. E 


.. 73 


12 


9 


7 


45 


.16 


0 


Johnson. A. . . 


. . 85 


11 


15 


IS 


41 


.13 


3 


Fator. I. 


. . 9*1 


11 


14 


13 




.12 


4 


I’reeoe. G. Jr. 


.. 79 


11 


4 


15 


49 


.14 


0 


NEW YORK 


HORSES 


GO 


TO 


MARYLAND 


NEW YORK 


X. 


Y.. March 


3*1. 


—Trainers 


are 



packing up at Gravesend preparing to move to 
Maryland. E. F. Whitney lias already gone with 
Currency and eight other of less note. Ambrose 
Clark lias sent five to Pimlico, including Hibler. 
his high-class jumper. Next Thursday Walter 
House will go to Havre de Grace and in the same 
car will he four of Bobby Boyle’s and a few in 
charge of B. Travers. 

There are nineteen in the collection James Boden 
will ship to Bowie April 5. All are well forward 
in their work, most of them being ready to race. 
Major Robert L. Gerry’s striug will move from 
Belmont Park to Pimlico next Saturday in charge 
of Body Patterson. James Fitzsimmons will take 
a string to Havre de Grace about April 111 
♦ 

ANSWERS TO QUERIES. 

J, . 51., Chenoa, 111. Pin Money is a seven-year- 
old gelding by Bryn Mawr Pins and Needles." 

Frank S., Milwaukee. Wis. *1) Before running 
in Hie raee she won. Arborvitae had lieen sold to 
another owner, consequently Cam-ion alone was tlie 
Blackford entry. *2) An entry is one or more 
horses. A coupled entry is two or more horses. 
If only one horse of a coupled entry goes to tiie 
post it is sufficient to make a wager on the entry 
stand to be decided by the running of the horse. 



FINAL WEEK AT HAVANA 



Oriental Park Meeting of 100 
Days Ends Next Sunday. 

gj ♦ '■* 

Jockey L. Fator Star of Yester- 
day’s Excellent Program 
of Seven Races. 



HAVANA, Cuba, March 30. — Only seven more 
days remain of the 100-day winter meeting of t hi- 
t’ll !m- American Jockey Club, the sport coming to an 
end with the running of next Sunday’s program. 
Despite the eight-day suspension of racing on ac- 
count of tlie recent general strike and the en- 
countering of more than the usual amount of dis- 
agreeable weather, the meeting has been the most 
successful one ever held on tlie island. Plans for 
tlie future arc held in abeyance until the pending 
deal for the sale of the Oriental Park track is 
completed. 

Jockey L. ’Fator was the bright star* of yester- 
day’s racing, the young apprentice riding throe 
winners. Quin and Roscoe Goose in the first and 
second respectively, and Fritz Ernst in the mile and 
a quarter raee. the most pretentious offering of the 
afternoon. Quin’s victory in the opener was easily 
accomplished. Fator keeping him close to the leader 
and when tlie latter tired drew away to win by two 
lengths. It was a different story with Koseoc 
Goose, his winning margin being a neck, earned 
after a desperate stretch drive with Kora. In the 
mile and u quarter race Fritz Ernst set tlie pace all 
the way and Fator took no chances and rode him out 
at tlie end. when tlie favorite, Janies, challenged 
gamely in the final eighth. 

The most interesting finish of tlie day came 
with tiie running of the fourth race, in which 
Lackawanna triumphed over Avion h.v a nose in as 
thrilling a struggle as has lieen seen here this year. 

Rafferty was given the preference in tlie third 
race, hut lie tired after getting to tlie leader at 
tlie eighth |Kist and finished third to Premium ami 
Sweet Alyssum. 

The sixtli fell to Mae Murray, which apparently 
was much best., and won accordingly, while the clos- 
ing race saw the favorite Diadi badly beaten by 
the unconsidered Perigourdine. 

A sale of horses in training was held in the pad- 
dock at tlie conclusion of the races on Saturday 
and the following were disposed of: James to S. 

Aronstein. $l,n*x): Frank Burke to G. R. Smith. 
$450; Lavender to 0. .T. Fitz Gerald. $200; I ..i 
Verne to C. J. Fitz Gerald. $175; Emilv to a Mr. 
Towns, $90; Liberal to B. Royce. $110; Lowell to 
W. (’arleton. $200; Eddie McBride to E. (’. Grif- 
fith. $450; Riverside to J. San Martin, $75: Fleclie 
to W . (’arleton. $115; Schemer to W. (’arleton. 
$125; Queen Gaffney to 1’. N. Beamer. $125- Jcl- 
lison to E. L. Fitzgerald, $100. 

('. J. Fitz Gerald lias purchased Oenonthera and 
Clonakilty at private sale. 

Clarence Buxton, jockey A. Pickens and J. L. 
Coyle will leave for tlie States tomorrow. 

Fritz Ernst was claimed h.v Kay Spence for $1,050 

Mrs. B. Barber claimed James for $550. 

JAMES P. ROSS RESIGNS AT LEXINGTON 

Claims That He Inaugurated Movement That Re- 
sulted in Sale of Kentucky Tracks. 

LEXINGTON. Ky.. March 30.- — James P. Ross, 
who for ten years lias been superintendent of the 
Kentucky Association track. lias tendered his 
resignation to general manager Robert L. Baker 
to take effect May 15. and will devote his atten- 
tion to the racing stable he owns in partnership 
witli James T. Looney. Ross could have had an 
increase in salary tinder tlie Kentucky Jockey Clnh. 
lint he declined it. saying that lie hud made up liis 
mind to quit because lie feels flint lie inaugurated 
the movement that resulted in tlie sale of La- 
tonia and Douglas Park tracks and the formation 
of the Kentucky Jockey Club and that lie should 
have been substantially recompensed. 

President Johnson N. Camden, however, takes tile 
opposite view, declaring in correspondence they have 
had upon tlu- subject that tlie accomplishment of 
tlie Kentucky Jockey Club was a ileal separate and 
apart from that inaugurated last fall by Ross, who 
had tlie hacking of Edward F. Simms to the extent 
of $250,000 and of others, sufficiently to justifv his 
making an offer of $750,000 to Celia. Adler & TiUes 
for Latonia and Douglas Park, whieli was declined 
with the statement that tiiey were willing to take 
$850,000. The matter hung fire until the first 
meeting of flic new Kentucky State Racing Com- 
mission in D.-cember. on which occasion John Hach- 
meister at once made a ' statement to the effect 
that tlie trucks could he bought. 

After tlie luncheon Senator Camden had a brief 
conference with Thomas A. Combs and authorized 
him to liny the tracks, ltoss believes lie has rigid 
to a fee from tiie Kentucky Jockey Club inasmuch as 
lie had' proposed to Senator Camden that lie join 
witli Simms and others in tlie purchase of these 
tracks and that Camden hath become one of the 
Principal owners and tlie president of the new 
organization after having declined Ross’ proposal. 
Ross bus consulted attorneys and the matter has 
Im-ch considerably discussed in local turf circles. 

4 

MANY FOALS AT H. P. WHITNEY FARM 



LEXINGTON, Ky., March 30. — Thus far fifteen 
of the mares at Harry Payne Whitney’s farm near 
l>-xiiigton have foaled, six or the thoroughbreds 
being by Broomstick, from the following mares: 
Courage, chestnut filly: Spun Glass, buy colt: 

Miss Hamburg, liny colt; First Flight, hay colt; 
Cerise, buy colt; Starling, bay filly. The following 
are by Peter Pan: Ascension, li«y filly ; Polly 

Flinders, bay filly: Folderol, bay colt; two" chestnut 
colts are by Pennant, the dam of one being Per- 
verse and tlie other Golden Rod. Tlie others arc 
chestnut colt, by \\ bisk Broom II. — Inaugural: 
chestnut filly, by Whisk Broom II. — Fly by Night; 
chestnut filly, hi* -V 1 1 Gold — Idle Hour, and hay 
filly, by All Gold Remembrance. 

Coruscate, winner of many raees. lias a chestnut 
colt by Dick Finnell at tlie Carr & Piatt farm, and 
at the same place tlierc is a brother lo Tex For- 
man. a brown colt by Master Robert — Marbles. 
E. R. Bradley’s Winning Widow lias a chest nut 
colt by Cunard at Idle Hour Farm. The beautiful 
gray mare Carene. by Grey Leg— Mi Carene lias a 
handsome hay colt by Luke McLuke at Keenelauil 
Stud. 





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TELEGRAPHIC FORM 

The horses which seem best in Monday’s races 
are: 

Oaklawn Park — Hot Springs, Ark., March 30. 

1 — ZONE D’ARMEE, Benecia, Cancion. 

2 — Nasledovati, Theophile V., Careen. 

3 — Poverina, Discussion, Christie Holters. 

4 — R. L. Bresler entry. Exterminator, Top o’ th’ 

Morning. 

5 — Aldebaran, Verna B., Lukemae. 

6 — Grumpy, Eulogy, Kenward. 

J. L. Dempsey. 

RuiTalo's Oaklawn Park Handicap. 

1— ZONE D’ARMEE, Cancion, Lady Putaud, Bene- 

cia. 

2 — Silvey Shapiro, Cobalt, Tom Caro, Theophile V. 

3 — Poverina, Court Gallant, Discussion, Christie 

Holters. 

4 — Exterminator, .Tock Scot, Ultima Thule, Top 

o’ th’ Morning. 

5 — Aldebaran, Lukemae, Sea Urchin, Verna B. 

6 — Kenward, Grumpy, Cain Spring, Lcta. 

Observer’s Oaklawn Park Handicap. 

1 — Zone d’Armeo, Benecia, CHncion, Marvin May. 

2— Tom Caro, Nasledovati, Silvey Shapiro, Tlieo- 

pliile V. 

3 — Poverina, Court Gallant, Christie Holters, Dis- 

cussion. 

4— EXTERMINATOR, Jock Scot, Ultima Thule, 

A. N. Akin. 

5 — Sir William Johnson, Aldebaran, Verna B., Sea 

Urchin. 

6 — Grumpy, Eulogy, Baby Cal, Leta. 

Work Watcher’s Oaklawn Park Han- 
dicap. 

Oaklawn Park — Hot Springs. Ark.. March 30. 

1 — ZONE D’ARMEE, Lord Hamilton, Lady I’utuud, 

Benecia. 

2 — Careen, Tom Caro, Theophile V., Cobalt. 

3 — Bagpipe, Poverina, Discussion, Court Gallant. 

4 — Ultima Thule, Top o’ th’ Morning, Ima Frank, 

Exterminator. 

5 — Opera Glass, Sir William Johnson, Lukemae, 

Aldebaran. 

6 — Eulogy, Grumpy, Baby Cal, Cain Spring. 

Oriental Park — Havana, Cuba, March 30. 

1 — Miss Wright, Billy Joe, A1 Hudson. 

2 — Syrian, High Olympus, Prince Bonero. 

3 — Grace, Miss Procter, Corson. 

4 — Storm Bound, Koran, Wheat Cakes. 

5 — Senator James, Managane.se, Violet. 

6 — KINGFISHER, Loudon Girl, Vocabulary. 

T. K. Lynch. 

Bnffalo’a Havana Handicap. 

1 — Miss Wright, Billy Joe, A1 Hudson, Gaffney 
Girl. 

2. — Syrian. Prince Bonero, Cardome, Conowingo. 

3 — CORSON, Ei Coronal, Comfort. Terrible Miss. 

4 — Encore, Storm Bouud, Wheat Cakes, Eunice. 

5 — Senator James. Manganese, Violet, Lola. 

6 — Kingfisher, Sevillian, London Girl, Dalrose. 

Observer’s Havana Handicap. 

1— A1 Hudson, Ralph S., Gaffney Girl, Paja- 
, roita II. 

' 2 — -Closer, Syrian. Conowingo, Rey Ennis. 

3 — Terrible Miss, Duke John. Comfort. Corson. 

4 — KORAN, Encore, Storm Bound, Wheat Cakes. 

5 — Presumption, Manganese, Senator James, Vio- 

let. 

6 — Sevilian. Beauty Shop, Dalrose, Kingfisher. 



LOUCHHEIM’S STABLE AT LEXINGTON 



St. Quentin and Five Two-Year-Olds Make Up 
String in Charge of Trainer C. F. Clark. 



LEXINGTON. Ky.. March 30. — J. H. Loucbheim. 
the Philadelphia contractor. lias the three -year -old 
St. Quentin. a brown gelding, by His Majesty — 
The Marchioness, and five-two-year-olds by Granite 
at the Kentucky Association track being trained by 
C. F. Clark. The sons ami daughters of Granite 
were bred by Mr. Louchlieim himself, and among 
them is one of the liest fillies in Kentucky. She 
is a daughter of Ursula Emma, she by Broomstick — 
Admittance, by Badge — Rose Lady, and her name is 
My Boots. As a yearling last full she worked a 
quarter in 22%, and already this spring has dis- 
played her ability to do it again and to maintain her 
speed farther. My Boots is eligible to the Hinata 
Stakes, to be run here April 26. After tlie Louis- 
ville meeting she will be shipped to New Y'nrk 
with tlie remainder of the stable. If nothing goes 
wrong with her she should be among the good 
money earners at the close of the season. 

Master Bill, the bay gelding by Granite — Flying 
Cinders, probably will make liis first start here in 
tlie Idle Hour Stakes May 6. Colonel Lit, the 
bay colt, by Granite — Sweet Marjorie, has been sick, 
and it may be some time before he gets to the 
races. Caroline S. is a bay filly, by Granite — Ten 
Pins, and Small Stone is a bay colt, by Granite — 
Seemly. These samples speak well for Granite as 
a sire. 

St. Quentin has wintered well and his trainer now 
is regretting that he was not entered for the 
Kentneky Derby. 

• 

THE NUMEROUS MINNOW FAMILY 



Tlie great majority of the bait minnows used by 
anglers in America belong to the Cyprinidae, which 
is the carp or minnow family proper. Two or three 
are eatfishes. three or four are darters, and some 
are tlie young of several species of suckers. The 
mud minnow is not a “minnow” at all aoy more 
than it is a young dog-fish, though many fishermen 
will assure yon that it is the latter. In North 
America there are about 130 s|>ecies of true min- 
nows. mostly of small size, though there are some 
in the west which will attain a length of four or 
five feet. The term "minnow” means a member 
of the Cyprinidae family, whatever may be its size. 
The proper name for young fish is "fry.” 



Eighty-Six Star Performers Named for Old Estab- 
lished Churchill Downa Feature. 

LOUISVILLE. Ky., March 30. — Nominations for 
the Clark Handicap, announced by the Kentucky 
Jockey Club for Saturday. May 17, promise one of 
the keenest contests in the long history of tlie 
race. Eiglity-six performers have been named for 
this event, which is at one and one-sixteenth miles, 
for three-year-olds and over. The race this year 
lias $4,000 in added money, an increase of $2,000. 

Practically al! of tlie cracks curded for the Ken- 
tucky Handicap have been listed for tlie Clark 
and many other star performers which were not 
fancied for the mile and a quarter contest have 
been named for the shorter race. The distance af- 
fords a common meeting ground for the long-dis- 
tance horses and those which prefer the so-called 
sprinting distances, and tlie Clark Handicap has 
ever lieen one of the most open stakes contested 
in this section. 

Among the eligihlcs arc Cudgel, Old Rosebud, 
Harry Kelly. Rancher, Dodge. Hast Coin. Midway, 
Beaverkill. Jack Hare Jr.. Exterminator, Freoeutter, 
Tlie Porter, Old Koenig, Viva America. Billy Kelly. 
Colonel Livingston. Col. Taylor, American Aee and 
Mormon. 

The Clark Handicap parallels the Kentucky Derby 
in point of continuity or running, having first 
lieen decided at Churchill Downs in 1875 as 
tlie Clark Stakes for three-year-olds. In that year 
Voltiguer proved the victor, and since that year 
its winners have numbered many of the turf’s star 
performers. In the last decade it has gone to 
Miami. King’s Daughter, Star Charter, Adams Ex- 
press, Buckhorn. Belloc. Hodge, Old Rosebud and 
Beaverkill. Hodge is the only horse to capture it 
twice, he winning it lioth in 1915 and 1910. The 
distance originally was two miles, but in 1881, the 
year it fell to Hindoo, it was shortened to a mile 
and a quarter. In 1890. when it was won by Hen 
Eder. it was changed to one and one-eighth miles. 
In 1902. when Death was victor, it was cut to its 
present distance. Tlie nominations follow: 

Ed Alvey's Napun, b. c, 3, by Dr. Leggo — Gavi- 
ota. 

W. K. Applegate's Jack Hare Jr., hr. c, 4, by 
Marathon — Moon’et. 

C. & E. Baker & Co.’s Green Jones, b. g, 5, by 
Handsel — Florenl. 

R. L. Baker & Co.’s Pif Jr., blk. g, 7, by Water- 
boy — Anna Bain. 

Binnchi & Luesing’s Koonings Park, ch. c, 3, by 
Jim Gaffney — Irisii Queen. 

Frank Biekuell’s Skye Bull, eh. g, 3, hy Mont- 
gomery — Ilia L. 

E. R. Bradley's Porte Drapeau, hr. c, 4, by Sun- 
star — Bright Cherry; Relieve Me Girls, b. c, 3, by 
Helmet — -Love -not. 

B. J. Brannon’s Colonel Livingston, b. g, 3, by 
Handsel — Axis; St. Bernard, ch. g. 3, by Ivan 
tlie Terrible — Beatrice K.; Allah, b. g, 3. by McGee 
— Mirror; Hopeful, b. g, 3. by McGee — Pink Rose. 

J. Byer’s Columbine, ch. in, 5, by Garry Herr- 
mann — Navarre’s Hope. 

Edward Cebrian’s American Ace, br. c, 3, by Von 
Tromp — Rosegal. 

Dortch Bros.’ Truant, b. c, 3, by Day Comet — 
Pure Lily. 

Gallaher Bros.’ Sewell Combs, ch. c, 4, by Jack 
Atkin — Royal Captive. 

J. B. Goodman’s Bribed Voter, ch. g, 5, by Ballot 
Marie Frances. 

J. S. Hawkins & Co.’s Stockwell, ch. c, 3. by 
Ballot — Janice; Delico, blk. f, 3, by Celt — Dainty 
Dame. 

T. P. Hayes’ Lothair, ch. c, 3, by Bourbon Beau 
— The Fashion. 

H. I’. Headley’s Duke of Savoy, ch. c, 4, by 
Uncle — Lady of Savoy. 

George M. Hendrie’s Rancher, b. h, 7, by Gal- 
veston — Sweet Lavender. . 

S. M. Henderson’s Beaverkill, br. li, 5, by Ogden 
—Dolly Higgins; Grundy, ch. g, 5, by Roquelaure 
— Prude. 

S. C. Hildreth’s Purchase, ch. c, 3, by Onnondalc 
— Clierryola: Cirrus, b. c, 3. by Tracery — Morning - 
side; Lucullite, br. c. 4, by Trap Rock— Lucky Lass; 
Alibi, blk. c, 4. by Tracery — Amicitia. 

F. J. Kelley’s Sans l’eur II., b. g, 3, by Etliel- 
bert — Sandwich; l’astoureau, br. c, 3, by Flint Rock 
— Prickly Pear. 

W. S. Kilmer’s Exterminator, ch. g, 4, by McGee 
— Fair Empress: Vancouver, b. g, 3, hy Ogdon — 
Lady Alberta; Mormon, blk. c, 3, by Ogden — Rose 
of Gold. 

A. L. Kirby’s Violet Ronnie, ch. f. 4. by Trans- 
vaal — Mary Day; Blackie Daw, blk. li, 6, by Trans- 
vaal — Mary Day. 

Jefferson Livingston's Aurum, b. c, 4. by Mush- 
room — Royal Anne; Speurlene, b. c, 4, by Si>ear- 
mint — dn ill by CylleUe. 

George J. Long’s Freoeutter. b. c. 4. by Free 
Lance — (Titter; Ocean Sweep, b. f, 4, by Sweep — 
Ocean Blue. 

M. Lowenstein’s Cleek, b. g, 6, by Yankee — Gutta 
Perclia. 

G. A. Marshall’s Courtship, b. li, 5, by Phoenix 
— Courtisanc; Marie Miller, ch. in, 5, by Abe Frank 
— Burnie Runton. 

Frank Martin's Friendless, br. h, 5, by Superman 
— Luckless. 

E. B. McLean’s The Porter, b. c, 4, by Sweep — 
Ballet Girl; Bon Jour, ch. f. 3. by Von Tromp — 
.1 on rd it in : Uncle White, ch. c, 3, by Uncle — Busy 
Lass (Folly Farm Stable). 

Middleton & Jones’ (Pastime Stable) Guy Fortune, 
eli. h, 5. by Transvaal — Cerina ; Bugle Call, b. g, 3, 
by Burgomaster — Incognita. 

J. C. Milam’s Capt. Rees, eh, g, 6. by Plaudit — 
Starry Night; R. 11. Johnson, b. g, 4, by Sweep — 
Flycatcher. 

E. W. Moore’s William tlie Fourth, ch. li, 5, by 
William the Third— -Miss Snooks. 

M. Moore's Muuokin, br. li, 5, by Rapid Water 
- — Little Buttercup. 

John J. Murphy’s Bunerana, b. g, 3, by Helmet 
—Tower of Candles. 

F. J. Nolan’s (Beverwyek Stable) Old Koenig, 
b. li, 6, by Golden Maxim — Masthead. 

J. J. O’Malley’s Diversion, br. m, 5, by Sweep — 
Dominoes. 

,T. W. Parrish’s Midway, ch. h, 5, by Ballot — 
Thirty-third; Bulse, ch. h, 6, by Disguise — Nether- 
sole. . 

Wm. Perkins’ Sungold, b. g, 4, by All Gold — 
Vespers. 

W. F. Poison’s Buford, ch. g, 5, by Ballot — Ollie 
Belle. 

J. K. Redmoa’s Rifle, cli. c, 4, by Uncle — Fleur 
de Marie. 

J. B. Respess’ Dodge, b. li, 6, by Jim Gaffney — 
Flora Willoughby; Last Coin, b. li, 7, by Ultimus — 
Half Crown. 

A. L. Rogers’ Texas Special, br. c, 3, by Ballot — 
Clara J. 

Otto Rogers’ Cerinus, cb. c, 3. by Transvaal — 
Cerina; John <)., It. e, 3, by Sir John Johnson — 
Countess Wanda; Enmity, b. g, 3, by Transvaal — 
111 Will. 

Commander J. K. L. Ross’ Cudgel, li. li, 5, by 
Broomstick — Eugenia Burch; Boniface, b. c, 4, by 
Transvaal — Cerina; Foreground, ch. c, 4, by Fugle- 
man — Sketches; Billy Kelly, b. g, 3, by Dick Welles 
— t;lena. 

John W. Scliorr’s Jas. T. Clark, br. e, 4, by 
Dick Finnell — Paradise Won; Harry Kelly, ch. li, 
5, by Ultimus — Woodlane; Butterscotch II., b. h, 
5, by Radium — Macaroon. 

M. Shields’ Lucky B., b. c, 4, by Jim Gaffney — 
Viola B. 

Kay Spence’s Hodge, ch. g, 8, by Ivan the Ter- 
rible — Nannie Hodge. 

E. H. Taylor Jr.’s Col. Taylor, b. c, 3, by Plaudit 
— Looking Glass. 

S. T. Tolon and A. L. Fernandez Monell’s (Armo- 
nia Stable) Wise Man, ch h, 6, by Giganteum — 
Magnetine; Lackawanna, ch. f, 3, hy King James — 
Lotowanna. 

J. J. Troxler’s Fern Handley, br. f, 4, by Bryn 
Mawr — Snarl. 

F. D. Weir’s Old Rosebud, b. g, 8, by Uncle — 
Ivory Bells; War Machine, b. c, 4, by Uncle — 
Princess Orim. 

H. I*. Whitney’s Blue I^uddie, b. g. 3. hy Cylgad 
— Blue Girl; Vindex, h. c, 3, by St. Victrix — Belle - 
fontaiqe. 

Williams Bros.’ Linden, b. c, 3, by Martinet — 
Lady Esther. 

George Wingfield’s (Nevada Stock Farm) Tom- 
bolo, b. c. 4. by Grey Leg — Bernina. 

C. T. Wurtliington’s Viva America, ch. f, 4, by 
McGee — Pink Rose. 

TRAINING IS RESUMED AT BOWIE 

BALITMORE, Md„ March 30. — The return of 
warmer weather and sunshine Caused a resumption 
of training activities at Bowie and Pimlico today. 
Many fast moves were noted. The vanguard of the 
Hot Springs delegation arrived, headed by jockeys 
Ted Rice. Erickson and Wakoff. Ex -jockey Claver 
reported to trainer Bedwell at Laurel, entering tlie 
Ross employ. Terry Farley, director of the jockey 
room, arrived with his pharaphenalia. Jas. Arthur 
and T. E. Crist rejoined their stables after a 
short vacation. 



HAVANA FORM CHART 



HAVANA, CUBA, SUNDAY, MARCH 30, 1919. — Oriental Park. Ninety-third day. Cuba- American 
Jockey (Tub. Winter Meeting of 100 days. (18 books on.) Weather clear; temperature 75°. 



Presiding Steward. C. J. Fitz Gerald. Presiding Judge, W. H. Shelley. Starter, Janies Milton. 
Racing Secretary, Martin Nathanson. 



Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. (Chicago time 1:30.). W indicates whip. S spurs, R blinkers. Fig- 
ures in parentheses following the distance of each nice indicate date, track record, age of horse and 
weight carried. ‘Indicates apprentice allowance. 



A 1 QAQ FIRST RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. (Jan. 24. 1917— 1 :05%— 5— 102.) Purse $600. 3- 
year-olds and upward. Claiming. Net value to winner $400; second, $70; third, $30. 



Index Horses 


AWtPPSt % % 


% Str Fin 


Jockeys 


Owners 


O 


H 


C 


P 


S 


41743 QUIN 


w 5 104 


1 


3 


2«k 


2k 


2* 


l 2 


L 


F'ator 


B Mock 


8 


8 


8 


3 


s S 


41791“ VISIBLE 


wb 10 105 


3 


6 


5* 


51 


41 


2(1 


J 


FTach 


J C Boggess 


5 


6 


5 


2 


1 


4 1711 2 ‘OWANA 


w 6 97 


7 


4 


i» 


1* 


1' 


3" 


T 


Murray 


C FI Brosius 


2 


2 


2 


4-5 


2-5 


41744 FROZEN GLEN 


W 4 103 


4 


2 


3h 


3nk 


:(nk 45 


H 


ThurberM Smith 


25 


21 


2J 


1 


1-2 


41794 ZANGAREE 


w 7 104 


10 10 


10 


10 


9= 


51 


A 


Finley 


F Grace 


so 


50 


50 


20 


10 


41744 HERDER 


B 4 101 


!* 


5 


7 2 


4' 


5“ 


6’ 


8 


Wida 


G C Mizell 


X 


8 


8 


3 


8-5 


41613 CONOWINGO 


w 5 109 


2 


1 


41 


61 


6 2 


7* 


w 


GarganH C Smith 


5 


5 


5 


2 




41729 NO TRUMPS 


WB 5 111 


« 


8 


6»k 71 


7*a 


8* 


D 


Boland 


J Uorujo 


5 


5 


5 


2 




41743 THESIERES 


WB 9 104 


K 


9 


9' 


91 


10 


9* 


J 


Pitz 


F’ E Henderson 


15 


If. 


15 


6 


3 


41792 QUICKSTEP 


w 3 105 


r> 


7 


8 2 


8* 


8' 


10 


R 


Davies 


F Delbarrio 


30 


20 


20 


8 


4 



Time, 24. 48%, 1:01%, 1:07%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid, Quin, $42.30 straight, $14.30 place, $6.50 show; Visible, $15.40 place, $5.40 show; 
Owana. $2.70 show. 

Equivalent booking odds — Quin, 2015 to 100 straight, 615 to 100 place, 225 to 100 show; Visible, 
670 to 100 place, 170 to 100 show; Owana. 35 to 100 show. 

Winner — B. g. by Potyr Quince — Ruby Netlier«ole (trained by B. Mock; bred by Mr. F. D. Knight). 

Went to post at 2:05. At post 4 minutes. Start good and slow. Won easily; second and third driv- 
ing. QUIN, close up from tlie start, responded with a rush when called on. and taking the lead in the 
last eighth won going away. VISIBLE came through on tlie inside and finised fast. OWANA set a 
good pace, but tired and lasted just long enough to outstay FROZEN GLEN. Tlie latter ran well and 
finished gamely. ZANGAREE closed a gup in tlie homestretch. 

Overweights — Visible, 1 pound; Frozen Glen, 2; Quickstep, 5; No Trumps, 3. 



A 1 QAQ SECOND RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. (Jan. 24. 1917— 1:05%— 5— 102.) Purse $500. 3- 
J.OV1/ year-olds and upward. Claiming. Net value to winner $400'; second, $70; third, $30. 



Index Horses AWtPPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P S 



4 1 7 00 * ROSCOE GOOSE i» 7 10G 3 1 
41446 RORA w 6 106 X 7 

41499 PIERROT w 7 lit !l !• 

41729* HEREDITY w 4 96 li 8 

41500 DROWN BABY B 5 109 7 fi 

41767 MISS B’GOMAST’Rw 4 103 4 4 
4 1 783 * ANNIE EDGAR w 5 111 1 5 
41473 LADY SPEND’ FT w 7 105 2 2 
41700 TOY MISS wn li 109 5 3 



% % Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P S 



2* 3 4 3'i Ink L Fator J T Strite 3 3 3 6-5 3-5 

4' 2*1 l 1 2' H ThurbefL H Dickinson 4 4 4 8-5 4-5 

8'i S' 5"k :>*• W Mor'seyB FI Graham 10 10 10 4 2 

71 7* 41 4* S Wida R B Allen 4 4 3 7-5 7-10 

6' 58 7'i 5J J (i Petz J S Menesos 4 4 4 8-5 4-5 



1* l"k 2'' 6* J Pit/. 



G W Bi Herman 10 10 10 4 



41 783* ANNIE EDGAR w 5 HI 1 5 9 9 9 7"k D Boland A Lezama 2 2 2 4-5 2-5 

41473 LADY SPFJND’FT w 7 105 2 2 5'« 61 8* 8J .1 Howard H W Boyer 10 10 10 4 2 

41700 TOY MISS wn li 109 5 3 3* 4' li* 9 W GarganH Higgins 15 15 15 6 3 

Time, 24%. 48%. 1:01%, 1:07%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid, Rnscoe Goose, $9.80 straight, $5.40 place, $4.00 show; Bora, $6.30 place, $4.00 
show; Pierrot, $9.80 show. 

Equivalent booking odds — Roscoe Goose, 390 to 1(8) straight, 170 to 100 place, 100 to 100 show; 
Itora. 215 to 100 place. 130 to 1(8) show; Pierrot, 390 to 1(H> show. 

Winner — R. g, by Dick Welles — Please (trained by ,T, T. Strite; bred by Mr. Jerome B. Respess). 

Went to post at 2:32. At post 2 minutes. Start good and slow. Won driving; second and third tlie 
same. ROSCOE GOOSE, after racing close up, came through next to the rail and outgamed RORA 
in the final drive. RORA ran a good race, but tired after disposing of MISS BURGOMASTER. PIER- 
ROT was away poorly, but finished fast and close up. MISS BURGOMASTER quit after setting the 
pace to tlie stretch. 

Overweights — Alnrie Edgar, 2 pounds; Lady Spendthrift, 3. 



/II 61 A THIRD RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. (Jan. 24. 1917— 1:05%— 5— 102.) Purse $600. 3- 

TrXO Av year-olds and upward. Claiming. Net value to winner $450; second, $100; third, $50. 



Index Horses 



AWtPPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys 



0 H 0 P S 



4 1768 2 PREMIUM wb 6 105 1 1 

(41S29)SW’T ALYSSUM w 4 105 4 3 

4 1804 ‘RAFFERTY w 4 102 5 2 

40853 MALVOLIO w 4 110 3 6 

41614‘MISS GOVE B 4 92 6 4 

4 1768 ‘SPARKLER w 7 101 2 5 



l 2 l 4 l'J 1* J Pitz J W Fuller 2 2 2 4-5 1-3 

2nk 2h 2> 21 H Thurber J Walters 5 5 5 2 4-5 

3>> 31 3* 3 h T Murray K Spence 111 2-5 out 

6 41 4 2 4* J Frach E T Zollicoffer 6 6 6 21 1 



5 2 5 2 5 4 5“ S Wida 



J Heffering 



4 1768 ‘SPARKLER w 7 101 2 5 4 2 6 6 6 L Fator Woodman Bros 21 2i 2J 1 1-2 

Time, 23%, 48%, 1:01, 1:07%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid. Premium, $7.80 straight, $3.50 place, $2.70 show; Sweet Alyssum, $4.50 place, 
$3.00 show; Rafferty, $2.(8) show. 

Equivalent booking odds — Premium. 290 to 100 straight. 75 to 100 place, 35 to 100 show; Sweet 
Alyssum. 125 to 100 place, 50 to 100 show: Rafferty, 30 to 100 show. 

Winner — B. g, by Marchmont II. — Tariff (trained by W. H. Sell wart*; bred by Mr. J. W. Fuller). 

Went to post at 2:57. At post 7 minutes. Start good and slow. Won handily: second and third driv- 
ing. PREMIUM set a fast pace and drew away into a long lead after rounding the far turn, but was 
tiring at the finish. SWEET ALYSSUM ran a good race and finished fast. RAFFERTY tired after 
getting to the leader at the eighth post. SPARKI FIR was fractious at the post and began from tlie 
outside. 



41811 



FOURTH RACE— 3-4 Mile. (Dec. 28. 1915— 1:11%— 4— 111.) Purse $500. 3-year-olds. 
Claiming. Net value to winner $400: second, $70; third, $30. 



Index Horses 


AWtPPSt % 


% 


% Str Fin 


Jockeys 


Owners 


O 


H 


0 


P 


S 


4 1 690 2 LACKAWANNA 


w 107 


5 


7 


3* 


2*1 


lh 


1» 


J 


F'rach 


Armonia Stable 


2?. 


2i 


2* 


1 


1-2 


(4151 7) AVION 


w 109 


8 


2 


1* 


lh 


2“ 


23 


J 


Pitz 


H 


B Dailey 


7-5 7-5 


7-5 


1-2 


out 


(41758) IRON BOV 


W 105 


2 


3 


2\ 


3* 


31 


31 


J 


Howard 


J 


F Burdette 


6 


6 


0 


21 


6-5 


41 731 ‘SNOW QUEEN 


w 96 


1 


5 


5*» 




4 2 


4* 


L 


Fator 


s 


Polk 


X 


X 


8 


3 


8-5 


4 1 759* A NLACE 


w 96 


o 


8 


8 


8 


6 2 


5 1 « 


T 


M urray 


K 


Spence 


10 


10 


8 


3 


8-5 


41731 “»KIMPAIX)NG 


101 


3 


4 


75 


V 


5‘ 


6k 


s 


Wida 


FI 


C Griffith 


5 


5 


5 


2 


1 


(41731 )EARNEST 


w 109 


7 


1 


4h 


4nk 7-1 


7 s 


H 


Thurber K 


D Weir 


31 


3.'. 


3* 


6-5 


3-5 


41758 BUSTER CLARK 


WB 107 


4 


6 


6 2 


51 


8 


8 


W 


GarganP 


H Jones 


20 


20 


20 


8 


4 



Time, 24, 48%, 1:13%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid. Lackawanna, $10.(8) straight, $4.50 place, $3.80 show; Avion, $3.90 place, $3.40 
show; Iron Boy. $5.70 show. 

Equivalent booking odds — Lackawanna. 400 to 10O straight, 125 to 100 place, 90 to 100 show; Avion, 
95 to 100 place, 70 to 100 show; Iron Boy, 185 to 100 show. 

Winner — Ch. f. by King James — Lotowanna (trained by W. A. Carter; bred by Mr. Henry T. Oxnard). 

Went to post at 3:25. At post 2 minutes. Start good and slow. Won driving; second and third the 
same. LACKAWANNA began slowly, but moved up on tlie outside witli a rush an'd outgamed AVION 
at the end. The latter set a fast pace to the stretch and made a game finish. IRON BOY rail a game 
race, but tired in tlie stretch. SNOW QUEEN finished close up. ANLACE closed a gap with a rush. 
KIMPALONG had no chance under his poor rider. 

Scratched— 41758 Lamp Post, 105. 

Overweights — Iron Boy, 2 pounds; Buster Clark, 4. 



A -g Q-g 9 FIFTH RACE— 1 1-4 Miles. (March 23, 1919^-2:05—5—110.) Purse $600. 4-year-olds 
4101^ and upward. Claiming. Net value to winner $450; second, $100; third, $50. 



Index Horses 



AWtPPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys 



( 4 1 795 ) ‘FRITZ ERNST w 4 107 2 2 li P> lh 1* l*» L Fator M Lowenstein 4 4 2i 1 1-2 

(41734 ) JAMES w 5 110 6 1 2* 2i 2'J 2 4 2° W GarganS Aronstein 111 2-5 out 

(41747 ) ‘JOHN W. KLEIN 6 102 1 3 3h 3k 3»k 4'i 3> S Wida G M Ridge 3 3 3 1 1-2 

4 1759 3 AUSTRAL w 4 103 3 6 6 5i 5“ 3»k 43 j pitz G W Billerman 6 6 6 2 1 

41771‘SOLID ROCK w 6 99 4 5 5J 4«* 4«k 5* 5«k T Murray K Spence 3.J 31 3J 6-5 3-5 

41 770 “QUEEN TROVATO w 4 103 5 4 4k 6 6 6 6 H Thurber H W Boyer 15 15 15 6 3 

Time, 24%, 49%, 1:14%, 1:40%, 2:05%. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid, Fritz Ernst. $7.30 straight, $3.60 place, $2.70 show; James, $4.00 place, $3.30 
show: John W. Klein, $3.70 show. 

Equivalent booking odds— Fritz Ernst. 205 to 100 straight, 80 to 100 place, 35 to 1(8) show; James, 
100 to 100 place, 65 to 1(8) show; John W. Klein, 85 to 100 show. 

Winner — B. g, by Cylgad — Byeway (trained by M. Lowenstein; bred in England by Cottinghum 
Willitoft Stud). 

Went to post at 3:48. At post 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won easily; second and third driv- 
ing. FRITZ ERNST set a fast pace, stayed well, drew clear in the last quarter and was ridden out at 

tlie end, 'but won going away. JAMES forced a fast pace for tlie first mile and challenged gamely blit 
uunvailiiigly in the stretch. JOHN W. KLEIN was a prominent contender all the way. AUSTRAL and 
SOLID ROCK tired. 

Overweights — Austral, 3 pounds; Queen Trovuto. 2. 



0 H C P S 



4 4 2i 1 1-2 

111 2-5 out 

3 3 3 1 1-2 

6 6 6 2 1 

31 31 31 6-5 3-5 

15 15 15 6 3 



A -g Q -g O SIXTH RACE— 1 Miie. (March 23, 1919— 1:38%— 5— 105.) Purse $500. 3-year-olds 
rxXoXO and upward. Claiming. Net value to winner $400; second, $70: third, $30. 



Index Horses 



AWtPPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H 1 



O H C P S 



41734 MAE MURRAY wn 5 105 5 2 41 5 1 51 4* 1* H ThurberG C Mizell 7-5 7-5 7-5 1-2 out 

41716 SAM HILL wsn 4 104 3 4 5»k 6k 7 3 6 3 2nk j« F'rach F O’Rourke 4 4 2i 1 1-2 

4 1794 2 WHITE CROWN wsB 7 105 6 1 3'1 4k 4k 3 l 3"k j Howard H W Boyer X X X 3 X-5 

41806 TIM. J. HOGAN w 4 103 2 7 7“ 7“ 6' 51 4 2 A F'inley G Warwick 25 25 25 10 5 

4178<) 3 AGUE wb X 102 4 3 11 11 Ink jnk 5* L F'ator Woodman Bros 21 21 21 1 1-2 

41792 SUNDURIA SB 3 92 8 X X 8 8 7 2 6 2 S Wida FI T Zollicoffer 10 10 10 4 2 

41668‘CLONAKILTY wn 4 96 7 6 2 ' 2"k 3 2 2k 7 s T Murray C J Fitz Gerald 15 15 15 6 3 

4 1756 “BILLY JOE wu 7 103 1 5 6 1 3* 2 1 ' X X J Pitz L Cochran 3 3 3 6-5 3-5 

Time, 24%, 49%, 1:14%, 1:41%, Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid, Mac Murray, $9.30 straight, $4.40 place, $3.20 show; Sam Hill, $3.80 place, $2.70 
show; White Crown, $3.40 show. 

Equivalent hooking odds — Mae Murray. 365 to 1(8) straight, 120 to 100 place, 60 to 100 show; Sam 
Hill, 90 to 100 place, 35 to 1(8* show; White Crown. 70 to 100 show. 

Winner — B. in. hy Heno — Watita (trained by G. M. Ridge; bred by Mr. Arthur B. Hancock). 

Went to post at 4:19. At post 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won handily: second and third driv- 
ing. MAE MURRAY, after being saved to tlie stretch turn, came on with a rusli and won going away. 
SAM HILL came through on tlie inside and finished with great speed. WHITE CROWN ran weU and 
finished close up. TIMOTHY J. HOGAN ran well. AGUE quit after leading to the last eighth. 

Scratched — 41806 Cork. 98: 41781 Blanche Donalton, 103; 41805 Quick. 105. 

Overweights — Clonukilty, 1 pound: White Crown, 3; Sam Hill, 1; Billy Joe, 1. 



/g -g ft-g A SEVENTH RACE— 1 Mile. (March 23, 1919— 1:38%— 5— 105.) Purse $500. 3-year-olds 
X AOXX and upward. Claiming. Net value to winner S400: second, $70; third, $30. 



Index Horses 



and upward. Claiming. Net value to winner $400: second, $70; third, $30 
AWtPPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H < 



O H C P S 



4 1 734 2 » PERIGOURDINE 

41735 DIADI 

41759 3 GUIDE POST wb 9 103 2 2 4” 5*1 5 2 31 3“ H ThurberL H Dickinson 6 6 5 21 6-0 

41701 “CHEMUNG wu 5 107 1 1 2‘ li 1' 4* 4«k J Frach H McDonald 8 X 8 3 8-5 

(41770 )YENGHEE wb 9 107 7 6 5“ 4 l 4'i 5“ 5*> W GarganC Howard 3 3 3 6-5 3-5 

4I795“BDLGER wsB 7 108 5 7 7 7 6'i 6“ 6” J Howard El Morro Stable 15 15 15 6 3 

41532 UNAR w 4 96 6 4 11 21 7 7 7 T Murray K Spence 5 5 5 3 1 

Time, 24, 48, 1:13, 1:40. Track fast. 

$2 mutuels paid, Perigounliue, $10.70 straight, $3.90 plate, $2.80 allow; Diaili, $3.20 place, $2.60 
show; Guide Post. $3.30 show. 

Equivalent booking odds — Perigounliue. 435 to 100 straight, 95 to 100 place, 40 to 1(8) show; Diudi, 
66 to 118) place, 31) to 1(H) show; Guide Post, 65 to 100 show. 

Winner— Br. f, by Aeronaut — -Miss Pciigord (trained by O. L. Eisman; bred by Mr. Edward B. Cas- 
satt). 

Went to )iost at 4:36. At post 1 minute. Start good and slow. Won easily ; second and third driv- 
ing. PERIGOURDINE, close np from tlie start, saved ground when entering tlie homestretch and easily 
disposed of DIADI in the last eighth. Tlie latter tired after moving up rapidly into the lead after enter- 
ing tlie homestretch. GUIDE POST was outpaced, but finished gamely. CHEMUNG set tlie pace and 
being much used racing UNAR into defeat, quit in the stretch. 

Scratched — 41758-Duke Ruff. 87: 41780-Miss Sweep, 98; 41781 Driffield, 110; 41782 Will Soon, 103. 



4 96 3 3 3.* 3»k 31 2“ 1> S Wida H J Kennedy 



6a 6“ 21k ink 2“ J Pitz 



G W Billerman 6-5 6-5 6-5 1-2 out 



SCOTCH FISHERMAN GETS FINE HAUL CHIPMUNK LOSES BATTLE TO A TURTLE 



A calcli which is a record sitae the fish prices 
have been controlled was recently brought into 
Aberdeen, Scotland, by a trawler. Its value was 
$13,300. representing twelve days’ work. The 
skipper’s share worked out at $1,305, or some 
$35,000 a year, and tlie mate’s as $1,065, or $27,300 
a year. 



Hugh Turner, 9 Boston and Maine traiqman, 
tells this queer story of a fight by queerer eon 
Instants to a correspondent or Sports Afield: 

"I was strolling around Crystal Luke, Wakefield, 
Mass., between trips, when I noticed a snapping 
turtle swimming ashore, and sat down on a rock 
to watch ltd'. Tito snapper ewaw ashore aud. 



crawling up some distance on the beach, dug herself 
in and began to lay her eggs. As she was thus 
engaged, a chipmunk came hopping along and im- 
mediately al lacked (lie turtle. Tlie snap|*er pulled 
in her head for a moment until tlie chipmunk gol 
near enough; then her wicked lookiug head darted 
out like lightning and seized the chipmunk’s fore- 
paw. The snapper then waddled into tlie lake- 
dragging the squeeliug, struggling chipmunk into 
deep witter— null submerged.” 






























Monday, March 31, 1919 



DAILY RACING FORM. 



Oaklawn Park Entries and Past Performances for Monday. March 31. 

WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 



The figures under the heading “Rec.” in the 
entries below show the best time of each horse 
at the distance since January 1, 1917, no matter 
where it finished. In cases where record was 
made on other than a fast or good track, abbre- 
viations show track conditions, 
o — ■ — e 

Racing starts at 3:00 p. m. (Chicago time 3:00.) 
0 Superior mud runner. X Good mud runner. 
: ! ' Fair mud runuer. (M) Maidens. • Apprentice 
allowance. 

First Race — 3 1-2 Furlongs. 

2-year-olds. Maidens. Allowances. 

(Track record: March 25, 1919 4 Mi — -2 — 115.) 

Today’s 

Ind. Horse. Wt. Rec. A.Wt.Han. 

41749 s ZONE D’ARMEE..109 :43 115. .725 

41773 s Lady Pataud U2 :43s 112. .715 

-117S4 2 Cancion 112 :43% 112.. 715 

41773 Benecia 112 :43%s 112.. 710 

41003 Marvin May 115*710 

41749 Lord Hamilton ... 115. .705 

41093 Frank F 11 5.. 700 

Beau Brummel II., 

1). c. by Brummel 

— Serpentaria ... 115 

This appears Zone d’Armee’s race. 

Second Race— 5-8 Mile. 



Today’s 

Ind. Horse. Wt. ltcc. A.Wt.Han. 

41287 Bagpipe 100 1:07 110. .715 

(41407) Iliscussion 116 1:09% 112x715 

41777 Christie Hnlters ..112 1:00% 107X710 

41542 Cavalcadour IT. (M 1108 1 :09 4 f, 102. .705 

41787 Fo-Hi (M) 105 l:ll%h 109.. 705 

41706 Effie’s Pride (M). 102 1:094a. .97.. 700 

41737 Montague (M) .112 1:09% ' ' 14)6. .700 

Court Gallant’s last race was good. 

Fourth Race — 3-4 Mile. 

New Era Handicap. 

3-year-olds and upward. 

(Track record: April 2, 1918—1:12 — 7 — 115.) 

(41720) Exterminator 109 1:14% 4 12307; 

(40305 It Jock Scot 120 1:11% 5 118X74 

41001 3 Top o’ th’ Morning. 110 1:11% 7 113X74 

(41751 )t I’ltima Thule 117 1:12% 4 114*74 

40123 s Ima Frank 124 1:121.-, 6 105. .75 

(41230) A. N. Akin 122 1:11% 7 107*75 

38586 William the FourtlilOu 1:12% 5 102x75 

tR. L. Bresler entry. 

Exterminator is about at his best. 

Fifth Race — 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 

4-year-olds and upward. Claiming. 

(Track record: March 18, 1919—1:43—4—108.) 



THEOPHIEE V., br. 

41748 Oakl’wn 3-4 
41600 Jef’son 3-4 
41588 .Tef’son lin20y 
>„ 41572 Jef’son 3-4 

41552 Jef'son 5) f 
71 -. 41454 F.G’nds 5) f 
7!7 41228 F.G’nds 5J f 
71 j, 40751 Jef’son 3-4 
70-, 40650 Jef’son lm70y 



7—115.) 

4 123 0 750 

5 118X745 
7 113X740 

4 114*740 
0 105.. 735 
7 107*735 

5 102X730 





4-year-olds and upward. 


Claiming. 


-111 




(Tr:i 


ick record: April 4, 


1906— 1:00%- 


-4- 


.) 


41 622 3 


* Lady small (M) 


.114 


1:04 


4 


104 


. .725 


4 1772 3 


Nnsledovati 


.104 


1:01% 


5 


112 


X 720 


<407281 


* Breezy 


.102 


1 :04% 


4 


102 


X 715 


41684* 


Cobalt 


.103 


1 :06%h 


4 


107 


. .715 


41671 


Careen 


.105 


1:00% 


4 


113 


. .715 


36729 


Night Cap 






4 


107 


X 710 


4 161 9 3 


Notate (Mi 


.113 


1:04 %s 


4 


107 


. .710 


41748 


Theopliile V. ... 






4 


112 


X 710 


41774 


Oklahoma Irish 


.10(5 


1:00% 


7 


109 


. .705 


4 1 785 


Tom Caro 


.106 


1:01 


6 


112 


X 705 


41760* 


Bobby Fib <M» . 






7 


107 


. .700 


4 1 797 


Scallywag 


.10S 


1:01 


9 


107 


X700 


Also 


eligible to start in 


order 


■ named 


should 


l any 


of tlie 


alsive lie scratched: 












41622 


lluth Strickland 


.108 


1:02% 


6 


107 


*710 


11797* 


Hnmma 






4 


115 


. .700 


4 1774 3 


* Silvey Shapiro . 


.110 


1:02% 


10 


102 


X715 



Lady Small lias been racing promisingly. 

Third Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

3-year-olds and upward. Claiming. 

(Track record: March 21, 1907— 1:06%— 3—97). 

(1787- Court Gallant 109 1:08 108 x 725 

4 1 761 • I ’over ilia 99 1:07 102X720 



41789" 


Verna B. (Ml.. 






4 


102 X 725 


41776 


Aldebaran . . . 


112 


1 :43% 


10 


1 1 5 X 720 


4178.8 


Sir William JolinsonlOS 


1 :46% 


8 108X715 


41789 


Sinai 


107 


1:45% 


7 


103X710 


41776 


Sea Urchin 


Ill 


1:45% 


0 


108X710 


41786* 


Lukemne .... 


108 


1 :47%s 


7 


108X710 
103 * 705 


41772 


Adeline L. 




1 :47%s 


5 


41739 


(>l>era Glass . 


113 


1 :40% 


(» 


108 X 705 


41776 


No Manager .1 


107 


1:45% , 


N 1OS07O5 


41530 


Mikifula 


114 


1 :45% * 


«i 110X705 


41776 


I>ad.v Little .. 


101 


1 :49% 


ti 103x700 


41610 


Briekley 


103 


1:46% 


8 


108X700 


41785 


Royal Tea . . . . 






10 


108X700 


41698 


Insurance Man 






9 


108X700 


41772 


Minnie F 


108 


1:40% 


9 


110X700 


Verna 


B. ran well in 


lier last race. 








Sixth Race- 


-1 1-16 


Miles. 






3-year-olds and 


upward. 


Claiming. 




(Track 


record: March 


28, 191S 


-1:45%- 


-5—122.) 


(417761* 


Cain Spring . 


97 


1:49s 


3 


87X725 


(41777) 


Baby Cal 


in 


1:47% 


0 


108X720 


41777“ * 


Eulogy 


103 


1:46 


r> 


105X715 


(41603) 


Gordon Robert.- 


i ...114 


1:49% 


(5 


108. .715 


(41741 1 


Grumpy 


101 


1:46 


7 


1 15 X 715 


41708 s * 


Leta 


102 


1 :47% 


4 


101X710 


41739 


Kenward .... 


99 


1 :48% 


5 


112X710 


41777 


Philistine .... 


109 


1:46% 


0 


103X705 



40693 Jef’son 3-4 
40569 Jef’son 6) f 
OKLAHOMA IRISH. 

41774 Oakl’wn 3-4 
39512 Cheyenne 5) t 
29475 Cheyenne 5-8 
39408 Cheyenne 5-8 
39396 Cheyenne 5-8 
39369 Cheyenne 5-8 
39306 Cheyenne 5-8 
39264 Cheyenne 6-S 
39070 Reno 5-8 

TOM CARO, b. g. 6 
41785 Oakl’wn 51 f 
41748 Oakl’wn 3-4 
41695 Oakl’wn 51 f 
41005 F.G’nds 51 f 
40937 F.G’nds 51 f 
40363 Latonia lm70y 
38647 Latonia 3-4 
38518 Douglas 3-4 
38246 Church’ 1 3-4 

37797 Oakl’wn 3-4 
37768 Oakl’wn 61 f 
BOBBY FIB, ch. g. 
41760 Oakl’wn 3-4 
41694 Oakl’wn 51 f 
SCALLYWAG, br. g, 
41797 Oakl’wn 3-4 
39488 Cheyenne 1 
39423 Cheyenne 3-4 
39396 Cheyenne 5-8 
S9330 Cheyenne 51 f 
39303 Cheyenne 51 f 
39268 Cheyenne 41 f 
39248 Cheyenne 41 f 
39050 Reno 51 f 



g. 4 

1 :15%slow 6 
1 :16 good 8 
l:46%slow 4 
l:16%fast 20 

1 :ll%hvy g 
1:10 mud £0 
l:ll%hvy 40 
1 :20%hvy 12 
1 :57%hvy 15 

l:15%good 20 
1:13 hvy 3 
br. m, 7 
l:15%slow 25 
1:08 fast 40 
1 :01%fast 12-5 
l:01%fast 11 
1 :01%fast 41-10 
l:01%fast 2 
1:04 hvy 17-5 
1:03 fast 9-5 
1 :00%f ast 3-2 

l:08%fast 15 
l:15%slow 11-5 
l:07%fast 7 

l:ll%hvy 10 1 

l:08%slow 45 
1:48 slop 90 
l:14%fast 65 
l:12%fast 18f 
l:14%fast 7 
l:13%fast 7 
1 :08 mud 8 
7 (M) 

1 :18 hvy 50 
1:08 fast 50 

, 9 

l:13%fast 30 
l:42%fast 19 
l:14%fast 16 
1 :01%f ast 15 
1:08 fast 6 
l:ll%hvy 9 
56%fast 17-10 
56%fast 12 
l:07%fast 3 



Also eligible to start in order 

RUTH STRICKLAND, b. m, 6 



Cain Spring is good and lightly weighted. 



OAKLAWN PARK JOCKEY PERCENTAGES. 



Jockey. 


P.C. 


At or 
Under 
Wt. 


Mts. 


1st. 


2d. 


3d. 


Jockey. 


P.C. 


At or 
U nder 
Wt. 


Mts. 


1st. 


2d. 


3d. 


Warren. G 


. .25 


112 


20 


5 


3 


’ 0 


Wheatley, E. . . 


. .10 


101 


21 


2* 


1 


3 


Seliuttinger, A. 


. .19 


106 


322 


61 


48 


29 


Willis, () 


. .09 


104 


419 


33 


53 


47 


Cassity, H 


. .18 


100 


289 


51 


30 


39 


Callahan, J. 


. .09 


98 


251 


24 


26 


30 


Crump. XV. 


. .18 


108 


180 


33 


28 


24 


Rowan, M. ... 


. .09 


108 


231 


20 


16 


IS 


Stulker, I,. .... 


. .16 


111 


349 


55 


45 


47 


Molesworth, G. 


. .08 


105 


389 


30 


40 


39 


Burke, H. J. .. 


. .16 


104 


272 


45 


30 


32 


Borel, C 


. .08 


114 


52 


’ 4 


6 


8 


Garner, M 


. .15 


106 


452 


67 


80 


69 


Donovan. J. ... 


. .07 


108 


70 


5 


11 


12 


Erickson, II. . . 


. .14 


92 


402 


55 


43 


51 


Carroll. G. W. . 


. .06 


105 


197 


n 


13 


17 


Groth. .J 


. .14 


107 


156 


22 


31 


16 


Bell. J 


. .06 


109 


163 


9 


13 


13 


Haynes, E 


. .14 


110 


108 


15 


19 


10 


Stearns, H. ... 


. .05 


99 


123 


6 


17 


18 


Preece, G. Jr.. 


. .13 


105 


179 


23 


14 


23 


Hamilton, II. . . 


. .05 


97 


74 


4 


6 


13 


McIntyre, J. ... 


. .13 


105 


1 0 w 


16 


18 


15 


Wright. XV. ... 


. .05 


DIO 


20 


1 


4 


4 


Connelly, I). 


. .12 


no 


762 


93 


104 


101 


Schwartz. M. . . 


. .05 


85 


21 


1 


1 


1 


Gentry. L 


. .12 


in 


510 


59 


59 


58 


Burger, N 


. .04 


108 


76 


3 


8 


7 


Troxler, R. . . . 


. .12 


in 


237 


29 


31 


29 


Boyle. S 


. .04 


88. 


78 


3 


8 


6 


Leeds, G 


. .12 


105 


(•) 


9 


18 


14 


Anderson. It. M. 


. .04 


99 


53 


2 


1 


6 


Johnson, A. . . . 


. .11 


108 


615 


69 


96 


88 


Cruise, M 


. .04 


loo 


2-y 


1 


0 


0 


Rice, T 


. .11 


113 


411 


44 


49 


70 


Gregorv. I 


. .02 


99 


136 


3 


12 


11 


Brown. C 


. .11 


104 


299 


32 


27 


46 


O’Mahoney. C. 


. .01 


109 


73 


1 


5 


8 


Barrett. N. ... 


. .11 


106 


291 


31 


48 


32 


Merimee. F. ... 




99 


65 


• 0 


0 


3 


Matthews, M. . 


. .11 


107 


97 


11 


13 


10 


Coltiletti, F. 




100 


4 


0 


1 


1 


Stevens. F. ... 


. .11 


104 


101 


11 


6 


8 


Ridenour. XV. 




100 


14 


0 


0 


0 


Hnel, T 


. .11 


102 


27 


3 


1 


4 


Garner, IT 




104 


2 


0 


0 


0 


Kirselihuum. C. 


. .10 


110 


90 


9 


15 


7 


Maddox, C 




108 


1 


o- 


0 


0 



41622 Jef’son 
41571 Jef’son 
41505 F.G’nds 
41037 F.G’nds 
40821 Jef’son 
40765 Jef’son 
S7707 Havana 
HUMMA. b. g, 4 
41797 Oakl’wn 
41721 Oakl’wn 
41673 Oakl’wn 
40980 F.G’nds 
37326 F.G’nds 
37179 F.G’nds 
36955 F.G’nds 
36700 Jef’son 
36673 Jef’son 
86600 Jef’son 
36582 Jef’son 



3-4 1 :15%fast 8 
3-4 1 :lG%fast 7 
5) f 1:09 good 8 
5) f l:09%slow 12 
5) f 1 :08%slow 8 
5-8 l:04%hvy 15 
51 f l:09%slow 4 
l 

3-4 l:13%fast 100 
3-4 l:13%fast 30 
3-4 l:13%fast 15 
61 f l:06%fast 50 
3-4 l:13%fast 7 
3-4 l:13%fast 6 
51 f 1:07 fast 15 
3-4 1 :20%hvy 15 

51 f l:ll%hvy 4 
51 f l:0S%good 5 
3-4 l:15%gond 60 



named sliould 

107 

109 1 2 

106 3 7 



SILVEY SHAPIRO, ch. m, 10 



41774 Oakl’wn 
41748 Oakl’wn 
41684 Oakl’wn 
37684 Oakl’wn 
37553 Oakl’wn 
37503 Oakl’wn 
37304 F.G’nds 
37225 F.G’nds 
37113 F.G’nds 
37054 F.G’nds 
36820 Jef’son 
36741 Jefson 



3-4 l:15%slow 7 
3-4 l:15%slow 5 
51 f l:07%fast 8 
3-4 l:14%slow 20 
3-4 l:14%fast 15 
3-4 l:13%fast 15 
3-4 l:12%fast 15 
3-4 1 :15%mud 20 
3-4 1 :17%hvy 15 

3-4 l:13%good 12 
3-4 1 :18%hvy 7 

3-4 l:15%good 8 



By Ballot — La Fleur (J. J. Bussell). 

5 5 1 1 : 'J (J Warren 7 M. Krute.', S. Shapiro. Rochester 

2 4 4 3* O \V Oar'lln General. Surcgct, Sophie K. 

3 6* 5 8 (1 W Car’l s FrnnkMonroe, R.Htinlcy, Ornery 

4 3i- 4'J S Sn’dmanlS Liberator, Azalea, Margery 

7 4»k 3 s G W Car'l 7 General. J. Thummel, H. Riches 

6 o 4 5 SS G W Car’l 9 Trusty, Milda. Daliinda 

7 9 9 21 G W Car’l 9 Ratliilde, J.F.C’miugs, Ro’derer 

8 8 8 11 M Garner 8 General, Handfull, Dartwortli 

6 6 6 SS A Johnson 6 Jack Reeves, Harwood, Yermak 

6 6 s 6 14 C K'sch’m 9 Sayonarra, St. Baby, OllieMartin 

2 2* l 1 ! L Ensor 7 JuckK.. Pnr.Boy. L.o’Kirkealdf 

By Brigade — Wild Irish (Buchanan & Wade). 

7 7% 8 s ” E Wh’tiey 8 Bob A.. Ch. Master, Sil. Shapiro 

4®) J De Ford 7 Higli Note, Dot H., Quid Nunc 

1 2 H Cassity 8 Crispie, Bully, Visible 

4 4 J J De Ford 8 K.ofPythias, lima Schorr, Velvet 

6®) E Denny 9 J. Frederick, M. Smith, Aunt. Curl 

39 R Pauley 7 Deposit. B. Donalton. Conowingo 

4 1 *- B Denny 6 Aunt.Cnrl, T. Duncan. M. Brush 

l 2 ) R Pauley 8 N. Walton. NellieB., Lit.Leonard 

13 R Pauley 6 J.Spolin, Eng. Lady, K.ofPythias 

By Marta Santa — Argon Esher (M. A. Warner). 

8 8) 8 3 3 L Gentry 11 B.undStars, Liughoriie, S. Queen 

2 39 6»1 L Gentry 7 M. Kruter, S. Shapiro, Rochester 

2 6) 6 3 ) A Johnsonll M.B.T'rpian, C.M’ster, L’erator 

2 44 4 s W Crump 12 SidC. Keener, Pilsen, EarlySight 

4 3} 3 4 1 A JohnsonlO Ophelia W., Langden, Sinai 

6 8‘ 10 22 J Mooney 10 B. McDawell,. Yermak, Yenghee 

8 10“ ll 1 * F Murphy 12 BusyJoe, M.B.T’rrnan, Rochester 

9 ll 1 12" J Mooney 12 Rochester, Liberator, Tze-Lsi 

6 ll 2 11" P Louder 12 Y’rkville, M.B.T’rman. V. Welles 

3 4 1 7‘° H Bricks’nll Kenward, Trusty, W. o’ Wisdom 

6 6 4 6 14 H Ericks'n 9 W.o’Wisdom, Martre, Tze-Iaii 

By Fib — Stella Berkley (W. S. Cox). 

12 12 12 s8 C Maddox 12 S’kebreaker. R'onnant, A.Reona 
6 7 4 6 5 i H Cassity 12 Lib. Star, Lit. Princess, Stelcliff 

By Armeath II. — Skadi (R. H. Good). 

4 5 2 5" C Brown 8 St. Isidore. Bringliurst. Kama 

6 12 H Cassity 6 Lone Star, Ponce de Leon, Vireo 

7 11 I Gregory 7 Joy, Vignola. Auntie Curl 

5° N Taylor 9 J. Frederick, M. Smith, Aunt. Curl 

4 3 J N Taylor 6 Little Spider, Toy Miss, Min. Jim 

6*1 N Taylor 8 May Maulsby, .Tack K., Striker 

2“ N Taylor 10 J. Frederick, M. Smith, R.Mantell 

14 N Taylor 10 Dr.Zab, Vignola, Dr. Smoot 

2“ R Feeney 7 Iteydo, General Pickett, nyndla 

any of the above be scratched: 

By Czar — Searchlight (P. J. Miles). 

6 4» 6"1 G W Car’ 111 It. H. .Verson. Tli. Seven. L.Sm.ill 

8 6' G 3 J C Brown 12 Iaingden, Eurlymom, Pluviada 

3 31 3 2 J H Ericks’ n 12 Jack K., L.Miller, Earlymoru 

7 4 2 4 7 H Ericks’nll This. Green, Hast.vCora, C.Ruth 

3 4 2 4* M Garner 8 B. Williams, FoxyGriff, Medusa 

2 3 l 2% M Garner 8 King K., L.L’gfellow, F. Monroe 

4 4 l 4 4 J Pitz 10 Grasmere, James G.. Zim 

By Sweep— Teetotum II. (Knebelkamp 8c Howerton). 

7 8 8 s " T Buel 8 St. Isidore, Bringliurst, Kama 

9 9 9' 3 C Brown 9 Nepperlian, Bringliurst. Kama 

8 9 2 9 !S C Brown 11 Ix“gotal. Kuklux. Sylvano 

7 9 2 9 1S M Buxton 10 B.’sChoice, V.B’nnie, IionTromp 

7 12 12 21 J Dursch 12 StnrBaby, Tolerance, Gre’nGrass 

9 8 l 10 1S A Johnsonl2 M. Beau. C.A.Comiskey, Garonne 

2 2 1 2'4 E Pool 12 C.A.C’iskey, G. Grass, Dioseoride 

4 4 4 20 E Pool 4 Cracow, Paul Connelly, Edith L. 

3 64 7*3 F Rob'son 8 Cobalt Lass, Onward, Edith L. 

1 1‘4 l'l G Walls 8 Lady Eileen, Hope, OrientalGirl 

1 19 inn M And'son 8 Parrish. Hasty Mabel. Austral 

By Bannockburn — Semolina (L. A. Broaddus). 

3 3 4 3'3 H J Burke 8 Bob A.. Choir Master, Huffaker 

3 2 2 2 2 H Cassity 7 M. Kruter. Rochester, T’phile V. 

7 6 2 6 8 3 D Conn’lly 9 Eulogy. Boh A.. Harry It. 



8 9 9 14 L Gray 10 T. Masquerader, G. Grass, BillieB. 

3 54 l h L Gray 12 Miss Kruter, Sis. Susie, Tli. Green 

4 4 4 7 1 R Dority 12 Mae Murray. Marg.N., Par.Maid 

74 7 7 3 A Casey 12 Korfliage, HarryMnson, S’yLad 

3 3 3* A Casey 12 i’.illie II., Hasty Cora, Felieidad 

6 4 6 13 R Dority 10 Martre, Freeman, Dr. Campbell 

7 l 8*3 R Dority 12 Jas. F. Cummings, Mab, Tiajan 

24 1“ R Dority 11 Brigliousc, Sonada, Tiajan 

24 3 l R Dority 10 Refugee, Bl’ebannoek, SandvLad 



THIRD RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 3-year-olds. Claiming. (March 21. 1907— 1:06%— 3— 97.) 



COURT GALLANT, b. c. 3 



FIRST RACE — 3 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Allowances. (March 25, 1919 — 41% — 2 — 115.) 
Index Course Dist TimeT’ckOdds Wt St % % % Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish 
ZONE D'ARMEE, b. c, 2 (M) 115 By Ecouen — Paradise II. (H.aP. Whitney), 

41749 Oakl’wn 3) f 41%slow 7-5 115 3 2 s 2i D Conn’lly 8 St. Allan, Romany, S. and Staff 

41681 Oakl’wn 31 f 42%fast 6 109 5 41 3 s D Conn’lly d B. Allen, C. the Way, Pow. Flask 

LADY PATAUD. ch. f, 2 (M) 112 By Pataud— Saxin (D. T. Morris), 

41773 Oakl’wn 31 f 42 slow 13 112 3 5'i 3“ J Groth 9 Sister Helene. Miss Minks. Fun 

41717 Oakl'wn 1-2 47%fast 25 108 1 2 3 ’ 34 J Groth 6 RedR.Rose, Itarur, Em. Weller 

41669 Oakl’wn 31 f 42%fast 12 1031 a 5 1 5") C Brown 7 It. Division, Inquiry, M. Parnell 

41524 F.G’nds 1-2 49%fast 12 113 4 2 59 6*1 0 Willis 10 Blue Jeans, Oleaster, Booneville 

41491 F.G’nds 1-2 51%hvy 15 109 . 1 5 4 4 3 2 ) O Willis 10 Peccant, H. Pardner, Frank W. 

41452 F.G’nds 1-2 51%mud 8 115 6 6 5 4 5 r, i D Conn’lly 7 Ragazza, Edith K., MissIIorner 

41404 F.G’nds 3) f 45%hvy 8 113 10 9 s 9 11 J Mooney 11 DandyVan, FrankW., Bob. Allen 

41365 F.G’nds 3i f 44%mud 15 115 7 8') 4®J J Mooney 12 Guaranteed. Rib, Quick Fire 

41286 F.G’nds 3) f 42%fast 8 115 5 6* 6 10 J Mooney 12 Lady Mountjoy, Rib, BlueJeans 

40970 F.G’nds 3-8 36%fast 10 114 9 114 9” J Mooney 12 Mile. Dazie, Miss Minks, L.Ioue 

40897 F.G’nds 3-8 37 fast 30 114 8 7 4 6" J Mooney 10 Foreclosure, Rib, Ogden Girl 

40844 F.G’nds 3-8 37%hvy 12 116 7 8 8 20 J Mooney 8 Ziziz, Foreclosure, Quick Fire 



41787 Oakl’wn 
41526 F.G’nds 
41367 F.G’nds 
41287 F.G’nds 
41253 F.G'nds 
40912 F.G’nds 
40806 Jef’son 
40514 Bowie 
40454 Bowie 
40:t92 Bowie 
40336 Bowie 



3-4 l:14%fast 9-5 
U f 1 :07 fast 7 

5) fl:09%mud 20 
51 f 1:08 fast 15 

6) f 1 :08%good 5 

1 X :47%hvy 6 

61 f 1:10 good 2 
1 l:45%slow 8 
3-4 1:15 fast 6 
3-4 l:16%hvy 8 
61 f 1 :07%fast 61 



LADY PATAUD. ch. 


f, 2 (M) 




112 






By Pataud — Saxin 1 


4177:; Oakl’wn 


.3) f 


42 slow 


15 


112 


3 




51 j 


3® J 


Groth 9 


41717 Oakl'wn 


1-2 


47%fast 


25 


108 


1 


2 


3>* 


3) J 


Groth 6 


41669 Oakl’wn 


3) f 


42%fast 


12 


103) 


5 




51 


5") C 


Bro wn 7 


4]."i£4 F.G’nds 


1-2 


49%fast 


12 


113 


4 


2 


f,h 


6») O 


Willis 10 


41491 F.G’nds 


1-2 


51%hvy 


15 


109. 


1 


6 


4 4 


3 2 ) O 


Willis 10 


41452 F.G’nds 


1-2 


61%mud 


8 


115 


5 


< 


5 4 


5 r, i D 


Conn’lly 7 


41404 F.G’nds 


3) f 


45%hvy 


8 


113 10 




9 2 


9" J 


Mooney 11 


41365 F.G’nds 


3i f 


44%mud 


15 


11-5 


7 




8') 4°i J 


Mooney 12 


412S6 F.G’nds 


3) f 


42%fast 


8 


115 


6 




6) 


6 1U J 


Mooney 12 


40970 F.G’nds 


3-8 


36%fast 


10 


114 


9 




11) 


9" J 


Mooney 12 


40S97 F.G’nds 


3-8 


37 fast 


30 


114 


8 




7‘ 


6" J 


Mooney 10 


40844 F.G’nds 


3-8 


37%hvy 


12 


116 


7 




8 


8 2 ® J 


Mooney 8 


CANCION. b. f, 


2 (M) 




112 






By Meelick — Regea 


41784 Oakl’wn 


f 


42%fast 


10 


110 


5 




5?. 


2 s C 


K’sch'm 7 


41705 Oakl'wn 


3. 1 . f 


42%fast 


20 


112 


1 




6 l 


5 s ) C 


K’sch’mll 


41669 Oakl'wn 


3) f 


42%fast 


8 


113 


2 




7 


7® C 


K’sch’m 7 



BENECIA, ch. f, 2 (M) 

41773 Oakl’wn 31 f 42 slow 

MARVIN MAY, ch. c, 2 (M) 



41003 F.G’nds 


3-8 


37%hvy 13-5 


116 


9 


6) 


5*1 T 


Rice 


40957 F.G'nds 


3-8 


37 good 9-5 


115 


3 


3) 


2) M 


Buxton 


40911 F.G’nds 


3-8 


38%hvy 6 


115 


2 


4 l 


4 s M 


Buxton 


40890 F.G’nds 


3-S 


37 good 13-5 116 


6 


4) 


4 3 M 


Buxton 


LORD HAMILTON. 


ch. c. 2 (M) 


115 






Bv Uncle — Lady 


41749 Oakl'wn 


3) f 


41%slow 20 


116 


8 


6 4 


5 13 M 


Garner 


FRANK F., ch. 


c. 2 


(M) 


115 




By Master Robert 


41693 Oakl’wn 


1-2 


47%fast 30 


110 


5 


5 5 


5 1# G 


Moles' tli 



BEAU BRUMMEL II., b. c, 2 (M) 115 

First start. 



By Honeywood — Rosella (Nevada Stock Farm). 

6* 0 s A Johnson 9 Sis. Helene, M. Minks, L. Pataud 



Runuan, Airuat, Canvasbaek 
Ziziz, OgdenUirl, Clear the Way 
Krewer, Minute Man. C.tlieWay 



By Brummel — Serpentaria (A. L. Kirby). 



POVERINA, br. f. 3 

41761 Oakl’wn 51 f l:10%hvy 1 

41632 Jef’son 3-4 l:14%fast 4 

41595 Jef’son 3-4 l:16%slow £1 

41525 F.G’nds 61 f 1:07 fast 9-5 

41287 F.G’nds 51 f 1:08 fast 7 

41242 F.G’nds 51 f l:10%hvy 21 

38965 Aq’duct 5-8 l:00%fast 20 

38803 Aq’duct 41 f 52%fast 10 

38568 Belmont 41f st 55%slop 8 

38409 Belmont 4)f st 65%slop 4 

38290 Jamaica 5-8 1:02 good 15 

BAGPIPE, ch. g. 3 
41287 F.G’nds 51 f 1:08 fast 7-5 

40978 F.G’nds 5* f 1:07 fast 7 

40521 Latonia 3-4 1:17 mud 35 

40009 Church’l 3-4 1:15 fast 9 

39949 Church’l 6) f l:07.%fast £of 

38582 Douglas 5-8 1:01 fast 12-5 

38477 Douglas 41 f 54 fast 35 

38244 Church’l 41 f 64%fast 85 

DISCUSSION, b. g, 3 
41407 F.G’nds 51 f 1:11 hvy 31 
41367 F.G’nds 51 f l:09%mud 7 
41253 F.G’nds 51 f l:08%good 11-5 
41196 F.G’nds 61 f l:08%mud 13-10 
41116 F.G’nds 51 f l:13%hvy 3-4 
41058 F.G’nds 61 f l:10%mud 11-5 

40427 Latonia 61 f l:09%hvy 11-10 

40371 Latonia 6-8 l:03%slop 18-5 



41367 F.G’nds 
41253 F.G’nds 
41196 F.G’nds 
41116 F.G’nds 
41058 F.G’nds 
40427 Latonia 
40371 Latonia 



CHRISTIE HOLTERS. b. f, 3 



SECOND RACE — 5-8 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward. Claiming. (April 4, 1906 — 1:00%- 



LADY SMALL, blk. f. 4 (M) 



41622 Jef’son 
41584 Jef’son 
41354 F.G’nds 
41006 F.G’nds 
40927 F.G’nds 
40456 Bowie 
40380 Bowie 



3-4 1 :15%fast 5 104 9 

3-4 1:17 slow 4) 100 1 

5) i 1:07 fast 20 107 7 

5i f 1 :10%hvy 12 108 11 

5) f 1 :09%hvy 25 107 3 

7-8 1:29 fast 70f 107 12 
7-8 l:31%hvy 27f 107 11 



NASLEDOVATI. hr. 

41772 Oakl’wn 5-4 

39524 Cheyenne 5-8 

29516 Cheyenne 5-8 

39452 Cheyenne 5-8 

39406 Cheyenne 5-8 

593C8 Cheyenne 5-8 

39268 Cheyenne 41 f 

39070 Reno 5-8 

39048 Reno 1-2 

BREEZY, b. f, 4 



g, 5 112 

l:15%slow 15 118 

1:01 fast 9 112 

l:01%fast 9 112 

1:02 fast 2 117 

1 :01%fast 11-10 104 
l:01%fast 22 107 

56%fast 19 119 

l:00%fast 9 108 

49%fast 31-10 108 



40728 Jef’son 
40633 Jef’son 
40005 Jefson 
40574 Jef'son 
40559 Jef’son 
4<530 Jef’son 
40491 Jef’son 
40452 Jef’son 
40010 Chureh'l 



5-8 l:06%hvy 5 102 2 

1 l:53%hvy 10 105 2 

3-4 1:16 good 10 103 1 

1 l:47%slow 4 104 2 

lm20y 1:59 hvy 5 100 4 

■3-4 1 :22%hvy 9-20 106 2 

3-4 1:22 hvy 13-5 106 5 
3-4 1:18 hvy 15 103 5 

5) f 1 :07%fast 56 107 7 



37746 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1 :47%fast 20 



37672 Oakl’wn 


lm70y l:45%good 12 


102 


3 


2 


2 


2 


COBALT, b. g 


3 4 




107 










41654 Oakl’wn 


5'. f 1 :07%fast 


15 


107 


6 




5 


5 


40752 Jef’son 


5-8 1:05 %hvy 


10 


103 


2 




2 


2 


406S5 Jef'son 


5-8 1 :04 slow 


13-5 


111 


3 




6 


7 


40642 Jef'son 


3-4 1 :22%hvy 


8 


112 


1 




6 


6 


4<i61S Jef’son 


3-4 1:20 mud 


15 


103 


2 




3 


4 


40538 Jef’son 


3-4 1:15 good 6 


112 


6 




C 


5 


39857 ll.deG’ce 


3—1 l.i:l%fast 


18 


107 


9 




9 


10 


39650 II.deG’ce 


3-4 1:14 fast 


12 


108 


6 




4 


6 


89168 Empire 


Ab3-4 1:10 fast 


4 


104 


4 




8 


7 


.-■'148 Empire 


Ab3— 4 1 :09%fast 


4 


116 


2 




3 


4 


38269 Jamaica 


3-4 l:12%fast 


15 


112 


8 




6 


8 


38165 Pimlico 


3-4 l:12%fast 


95 


95 


7 




8 


8 


38011 H.deG’ce 


3-4 l:13%fast 13-10 


115 


2 




1 


1 


CAREEN, b. f. 4 




113 










41671 Oakl’wn 


3 4 1:14 fast 


7 


103 


9 




10 


10 


38970 Reno 


3-4 1:13 fast 27-10 


103 










38818 Reno 


6-8 l:00%fast 


9-5 


105 










NIGHT CAP, 


br. g. 5 




107 










1.6729 Jef'son 


1 l:45%slow 


8 


100 


1 


2 


2 


7 


36706 Jef'son 


3-4 1:19 hvy 


12 


109 


1 




5 


4 


36680 Jef’son 


3-4 l:18%hvy 


20 


110 


8 




4 


4 


36645 Jef’son 


3-4 1:15 slow 


12 


100 


1 




3 


3 


36555 Jef’son 


3-4 1 :16 slow 


12 


109 


7 




7 


7 


35292 St. Louis 


lm50y 1:54 mud 


6 


105 


1 


1 


1 


1 


35255 St. Louis 


1 1-16 1:53 fast 


15 


100 


7 


3 


3 


5 


35216 St. Louis 


lm50y 1:47 fast 


12 


193 


6 


3 


4 


2 


35197 St. Louis 


lm50y 1:47 good 6 


105 


5 


3 


2 


2 


35157 St. Louis 


3-4 1:23 hvy 


4 


102 


6 




I 


1 


35146 St. Louis 


3-4 1:24 hvy 


8 


105 


5 




4 


3 


34826 Kenilw’b 


6) f l:05%fast 


22 


101 


6 




8 


8 


NOTATE, ch. 


f, 4 (M) 




107 










41619 Jef'son 


3-4 1:16 fast 


7 


111 


6 




2 


2 


41584 Jef’son 


3-4 1:17 slow 


10 


no 


8 




9 


8 


41288 F.G’nds 


5) f l:09%fast 


15 


no 


4 




4 


1 


4W20 F.G'nds 


6) f 1 :10%hvy 


8 


108 


8 




8 


8 


40818 Jef’son 


5-8 l:03%slow 


15 


113 


6 




2 


2 


37810 Oakl’wn 


3-4 1:14 fast 


7 


100 


4 




3 


5 


27670 Oakl’wn 


3-4 1:15 good 20 


105 


» 




10 


10 



By Jack Atkin — Oriental Pearl (G. A. Luckey). 

3i> 3>> G PreeceJrll H.H.And’rson, Tli. Seven Azalea 
l'l 2 2 O PreeceJrl2 (Vnterbalauce, NewModel Clip 
81 7 14 H Burke 12 M.J’mbo, Kil.Bov, R.H.And’son 
12 1 2 22 F Murphy 12 T.Goose, G.W’ington. Sc’rpiall. 

41 4 1 ® F Murphy 10 Blaise, Sabretash, Leta 

12 2 12" G Walls 14 C.A.Comiskey, SkeerFace, Loftus 
14 74 27 H Hanmerl4 S. Emblem, Starlineli, B’bannoek 

By Luke Ward — Succeed (F. G. Harper). 

1" 3li A Jnhnsonl2 Hasty Mabel, Ncg, Minnie F. 
5% J Collins 8 Dr. Zab, Olym.Kiug, MaudSmitli 
5~'i F Hunt 8 Persevere, Striker, Olym King 
l 2 H Cassity 7 M. Smith, N. Walton, Panhachapi 
1‘1 H Cassity 9 P’rsevere, JohnSpolin, Smil.Anna 
2” H Cassity 7 Dot H., Oriental Girl, Crispie 
7 8 | B Pinneg’rlO J. Frederick. Scallywag, M. Smith 
6" D Ford 6 Oak. Irish, JohnSpolin, Eng. Lady 
4*2 Arch’b’lt 8 LuB.B’cade, K. Blossom, Auditor 

By Dick Welles — Lady Roller (Knebelkamp A 
Howerton). 

2 1 1>» H Wakoff 9 Harbnrd, Neg. Sureget 

5 2 5 1S H Wakoff 9 Pulaski, Willdo. Briekley 

3 s 4 8 ) C Brown 10 H. C. Baseh, Lib.Star, C.Hodge 
4 s 3*1 C Brown 7 M.. Jumbo, Plantagenet, Thirst 

2 1 3 s G Apel 6 Harwood, Petelus, Thirst 

2» 21 L Ensor 6 Early Sight, Stelcliff, Par. Boy 

31 2' J Dursch 8 P.Connelly, General, L. Princess 

4 2 6 11 M And'sonll Kultur, General, Br. Favorite 
81 7*i J Hanoverl2 Nepe, M.BertThurmau, Jeffery 
7 s ® 7 7 i S Sn’dman 8 I.ueky It., Zetetic, Courier 

2* 4 3 1 J Dursch 10 Flapper, Austral. Cobrita 

By Willonyx — Blue Girl (W. R, Scharton). 

5 3 5 2 5 F C'ltiletti 9 Eulogy. Bob A., Harry D. 

3 2 3«1 H Ham't’n « llarbard, Orien. Girl, American 

7‘1 9’ 7 F Rob’son 10 Tli. Seven, Paganini, B.W’liams 

8 S-' 3 F Rob’son 8 A1 Pierce, Blue Rock, Kobt. Lee 

41 4 7 i H Ham’t'n 7 A1 Pierce, Tze-Lsi. K.H. And’son 

7 7 17 F Rob'son 7 Kenward, Miss Filley, Mab 

8 1 6*1 T Nolan 10 BelleRolierts. T.asSteel, G. Eagle 

61 6«) G W Car’ ill Milkman, ClioirM’ster, Korfliage 

7' 9" F Smith 14 Ouico, Heredity. Kirstie’s Cub 

51 7 10 T Rice 7 Hamilton A., Mid. Sun, Currency 

10**10" D Stirling 11 Abadane, Nepperlian, R. Ensign 
8 s 9 s 2 J Atkinson 9 The Porter, Tumbler, Dr.Johnson 
14 1‘ F Rob’son 9 D.ofD’nsliire, L.Gert’de. U.Sand 

By Joe Carey — Screenwell Lake (Hall & Debolt). 
10 10 J ® E W'h tleylo PortLiglit, GreyE’gle, I.iberator 
l 4 R Pauley 5 May Maulsby, L.Miller. Ermitana 
1® R Pauley 7 Reydo, Miss Knight, Gila 
By Meelick — Flash of Night (G. L. Blackford). 

5 1 6®J G Walls 9 M. Warren, Amulet, Pontefract 

51 6 12 J Collins 9 Pilsen, Bluebannock. Sir Oliver 

41 4 2 i J Collins 12 Intriguer, M. Franklin, Freeman 

21 3° H Ericks’n 8 Felieidad, B.Il’nipson, D.It’berts 
7 7’® S Bolger 7 Sir Oliver, Trusty, Dur. Roberts 

1‘ l* 1 E Smith 7 L.W’ington, P’tefraet, Mikifula 

4h 5*) H Gray 0 D.ofSbelby, C’flagration, M.Fox 

lh 2 s H Gray 0 OldHarry, Irregular, Dr.Pratlier 



41777 Oakl’wn 1 l:42%slow 13-5 
41658 Oakl’wn 54 f 1:10 slow 4 
41058 F.G’nds 51 f l:10%mud 15 
40978 F.G’nds 51 f 1:07 fast 15 
40858 F.G'nds 61 f l:ll%hvy 5 
40727 Jef’son 51 f l:13%hvy 11-5 

40624 Jef’son 61 f l:13%hvy S 

40274 Pimlico 3-4 1:13 fast 40 

40252 Pimlico 3-4 1:14 fast 43 

40214 Laurel 3-4 l:13%fast 70 

CAVALCADOUR II., b. g. 3 (M) 
41542 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:48%fast 10 
41466 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:56%hvy 10 
41405 F.G'nds 51fl:12%hvy 6 

41320 F.G’nds 51 f l:10%good 4 
41288 F.G’nds 51 f l:09%fast 30 
FO-HI. b. f, 3 (M) 

41787 Oakl’wn 3-4 l:14%fast 15 

41763 Oakl’wn 3-4 1:16 hvy 20 

40523 Latonia 3-4 l:17%mud 49 
40413 Latonia 3-4 l:19%hvy 7f 
39734 Lex’ton 51 f l:09%hvy 50 



41405 F.G’nds 
41320 F.G'nds 
41288 F.G’nds 



116 1 1 

113 1 1 

106 2 1 

105 4 2 

109 4 1 

100 5 1 

107 

89 3 3 3 



99 8 8 

93 2 7 

102 1 4 

102 

92 3 1 3 
91 2 6 3 
116 6 5 

115 9 6 

108 7 10 



By Havoc or Galatine — Court Maid II. (J. E. Nash). 

4 4 21 £h M RoiVan 8 Cacambo. Tantalus, Fo-Hi 

8 5 5 s 5 8 ) M Rowan 11 Minnwand, Legotal. Iwin 

7 8 8'° 8 3 J M Rowan 9 Top Coat, Blaise. Seafarer 

3 4 3*> 2 h J Metcalf 11 lwin, Poverina. Bagpipe 

2 3 4 5 4 3 J Metcalf (’> Iwin, Vision, Discussion 

7 6 6 2 6'* G Walls 9 Silv. Light, Antoinette, Astraea 

6 3 lh I s G Walls 9 Jack Healey, Vigilaute, Padua 

g 7 71 gi» q- Rice 10 Manoevre, Clean Gone, Sunduria 

10 7 7* 4'i G Walls 11 Athlone, SeaWay, F. and Square 

10 9 5 l 4 8 G Walls It K. Plaudit, Vigilante, Little Ed 

6 6 4'1 3 5 J Rod’g’ezl2 Belarlo, Sea Way, Nelle.Yorke 

By Rodney — Charity Lass (R. N. Vestal). 

4 1 i; 2" 8 Boyle 7 Hindoos tun. Verity, E. Randall 

1 1 l 3 1* Q Preece 14 Langden. Selma G., Tranby 

112* 4 2 2 Q Preece •> Romeo. Torldler, Valerie West 
1 1 l 1 ) l 1 II Ericks’nl2 Estiinalile, Approval, Bon Otis 

1 1 1J 3>J R Troxler 11 Iwin, Court Gallant, Bagpipe 

2 1 li l nt C Rob’son 7 Betsy, Water Willow, LillianG. 

2 2 4 2 6«3 A Johnson 8 T’rentia, D.V’ndiver, .T’enescenee 

6 9J 10 ,s J McTag't 13 Polygon, Stickling, Marmite 

3 6 1 5 12 M Buxton 13 Terentia, Sketchy, Wise Joan 

6 6> 41 J McTag't 14 Ambas’dor III., D. Lace, Zuleika 

111) 9 8 S J McTag’t 13 Green Mint. Virago, Zuleika 
By Meelick — Dona Hamilton (G. L. Blackford). 

4 3 4 2 4 7 J L Stalker 11 Iwin. Court Gallant, I’overina 

3 2 l l l 5 C Rob’sonl2 Mnrinite, Iwin, The Cullen Bon 

7 7 6 2 6 lS G Moles’th 7 DixiK'arroll, Ed. Tranter. Wav- 

10 9 9' 7>° G Moies’thl2 G. Floss, G.MueUlebach, Emanate 

8 5 5) 9 8 J G Moles’thll War Paint, Bugle Call, Twiford 

6 2 2‘ 2nh Q Moles’thlO Bonstelle, Cabalio, Iwiniwin 

4 4) 4 s G Moles’thl2 Caeamlio. Sil. Light, Melancholia 

10 10 2 9*1 H Stearns 12 Gold Stone. Legal. Omcme 

By Hanbridge — Colloquy (M. Goldblatt). 

1 1 1) l h F Murphy 7 Seafarer. Green Grass, C.Down* 

3 3 4h 4 4 J C Rob’son 9 Top Coat. Blaise, Seafarer 

1 2 3 1 3 2 C Rob’son (! Iwin, Vision, Court Gallant 

1 2 4‘ 4 8 ) J Metcalf 5 Sil. Light, WarMask, Hid. Jewel 

1 1 I s l 4 F Murphy 7 J.J. Casey, Tantalus, Ch. Downs 

2 2 2 s 2 1 ) C Rob’sonlO Vansylvia, War Idol, Tidal 

1 1 l“h l 2 F Murphy 8 Cockroach, S’ningdale, Itulldose 

1 1 l 4 1* F Murphy 11 Ouieuie. Boh Baker. Todnah 

By Uncle — Winifred A. (J. H. Rosseter), 

3 4 4 3 4°?. S Boyle 7 Baby Cal. Eulogy. Hondo 

6 4 3) 2 h A Johnson 9 Milda, T.F. McMahon, S.C.Iv’ner 

6 5 5) G 18 H Ham't’nlO Vansylvia. Discussion. Warldol 

2 4 5) 6 8 3 H Ham’t’nl2 Bagpipe, Marmite, Iwin 

4 g gi 752 jj Ensor 12 Silv. Light. Antoinette, Sylvano 

3 3 2 2 2) A Johnson 5 Prevaricate, F. S’nnon, Daliinda 

3 4 2) 2* A Johnson 8 Salgcorge, W. Willow, Hind’stan 

8 8 6 2 6 7 2 H Ham’t'n 9 Esquimau. Und.Fire, Thistledon 

7 9 71 8 4 1 H Ham't’nll G. -Swell, St. Quentin, Mor. Elder 

4 6 5 2 3 3 1 H Iiam’t’nl3 Manoevre, D’ntyLady, F. Prince 

By Verdun — Amazone III. (W. D. Bernhardt). 

3 7 7 1 7 B ) J Staplet’nll Bogart, S. Marjorie. S. Broderick 

3 1 3 5 3 3 j II Ericks’n 8 B.ll’pson, Handfull, S.B’derick 

5 4 4 2 4 ,u R Troxler 7 Lillian G., Lariat, Nelle Yorke 

6 7 7* 6 ,s R Troxler 12 Pliantom Maid. Warldol, Lariat 

10 10 7‘ 6'3 A Collins 12 Maramon, Notate. Espano 

By Sunflower II. — Beautiful Sight (W. F. McGee). 

2 3 4 3 4 4 2 C Bore] 8 Cacambo. C. Gallant, Tantalus 

3 5 7 7‘* H Ericks’n 7 Docod, Bob Hensley, Paddy 

2 6 6 2 C 24 D Conn’lly 8 Camoufleur, Legal, Adelia XV. 

12 12 12 12 28 F Murpliy 12 Retta B., The Gleamer, Espano 



5 Regalo, Jap, Brimful 



By Mint— Effio M. (C. King). 



41763 Oakl’wn 3-4 1:16 hvy 20 91) 5 3 5 7 7 12 H Ericks’n 7 Docod, Bob Hensley, Paddy 

40523 Latonia 3-4 l:17%mud 49 114 6 2 6 6 2 C 24 D Conn'lly S Camoufleur, Legal, Adelia XV. 

40412 Latonia 3-4 l:19%hvy 7f 112 7 12 12 12 12 28 F Murphy 12 Retta B., The Gleamer, Espano 

39734 Lex’ton 5) f l:09%hvy 50 105 Left at the post. E Pool 5 Regalo, Jap, Brimful 

EFFIE’S PRIDE, hr. f, 3 (M) 97 By Mint— Effio M. (C. King), 

41706 Oakl’wn 3-4 l:14%fast 50 99) 9 10 10 10 10’ 3 G W Car'llJ H. ('. Ranch, Jack K., I’.atliiide 

41G57 Oakl’wn 5) f 1:10 slow 30 107 6 7 7 5 3 4 2 H Ham't’nlO Tantalus, Miss Orb, Byrne 

41057 F.G’nds 1 1 :46%mud 100 103 11 13 13 12 13 4 13 24 G W Car’114 W.Mask, Astraea, C’terbalance 

40982 F.G’nds lm70y 1:46 fast 100 86 7 6 5 6 7 2 7 1 * S Boyle 8 Sandy Lad, Big Fellow, I.ottery 

40378 Bowie 3-4 1:18 hvy 512 106 10 10 10 10 8 2 ‘ G W Car’ 110 TigerRose, Elected!!., Sunduria 

40266 Pimlico 6) f 1:08 fast 296 102 9 12 12 ll 1 10" G W Car’l 12 RoiCraig, Sweeplet, L’kawanna 

40245 Pimlico 3-4 l:15%good 78f 112 9 10 10 11 10’ 6 G W Car l 11 Umbala, F. and Square, C.Goue 

40216 Laurel 3-4 l:13%fast 124f 103 12 12 12 12 12" G W Car’l 12 Fle.Slieik. Duch.Lace. Bagheera 

MONTAGUE, b. c, 3 (M) 106 By McGee— Tinkle (J. Massey). 

41737 Oakl’wn 3-4 l:15%fast 30 115 1 4 6 6 1 G 14 M Rowan 8 KdStone. Rayonnaut, GonzaleslI. 

41657 Oakl’wn 5) f 1:10 slow 30 109 2 5 6 9* 10 21 M Rowan 10 Tantalus. Miss Orb. Byrne 

41058 F.G’nds 5) f l:10%mud 50 106 10 10 10 10 10 22 M Rowan 10 Vansylvia, Discussion, Warldol 

40042 Church’l 5) f l:07%fast 4)f 112 8 9 11 ll 4 ll' 4 J Mooney 12 MeVex, Stockwell, Serbian 

39954 Church’l 3-4 l:14%fast 95 107 8 8 8 8 8 24 J Hanover 8 H’terniuuu. MadgeF., C’ckroach 

398S9 Douglas 5) f 1:08 fast 75 112 6 4 5 9) 8 l ° E Pool 12 C.Kector. E. Tranter. Merrivale 

FOURTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. New Era Handicap. 3-year-olds and upward. (April 2, 1918 — 1:12 — 7 — 



3-4 l:14%fast 


50 


9!)) 9 


10 


10 


10 


10' 3 


G 


W Car’ 11J 


5) f 1:10 slow 


30 


107 


G 


7 


7 


55 


4® 


H 


Ham't’n 10 


1 1 :46%mud 


100 


103 


11 13 13 


12 


13 4 


13 24 


G 


W Car’l 14 


m70y 1:46 fast 


100 


86 


7 


6 5 


6 


7* 


7‘* 


S 


Boyle S 


3-4 1:18 hvy 


612 


106 10 


10 


10 


10 


8 2 ‘ 


G 


W Car’ i 10 


61 f 1 :08 fast 


296 


102 


<) 


12 


12 


ll 1 


10" 


G 


W Car’112 


3-4 l:15%good 


78f 


112 


9 


10 


10 


11 


10' « 


G 


W Car 111 


3-4 1 :13%fast 


124f 


103 12 


12 


12 


12 


12" 


G 


W Car’112 


c, 3 (M) 




106 








By McGee— Tinkle 


3-4 1 :15%fast 


30 


115 


1 


4 


6 


6> 


G' 4 


M 


Rowan S 


5) f 1:10 slow 


30 


109 


2 


5 


6 


9 1 


10 2 ' 


M 


Rowan lo 


5) f l:10%mud 


50 


10S 10 


10 


10 


10 


10 s ® 


M 


Rowan 10 


5) f 1 :07%fast 


4 if 


112 


8 


9 


11 


U 4 


ll’ 4 


J 


Mooney 12 


3-4 l:14%fast 


95 


107 


8 


8 


s 


8 


8 24 


J 


Hanover 8 


5) f 1:08 fast 


75 


112 


6 


4 


8 


9) 


8 l ® 


E 


Pool 12 



By Abe Frank — Add Ran (A. T. Stewart). 

2- 3" R Simpson 10 Plureeu. Speedster, J.A.S’etiilan 

8 1 7' 2 C Brown 12 C’terbalanee. L. Small. N. Model 

l h 2” s Sn’dman 12 Maramon, Espano. Milda 

8 2 8‘" J Mooney 9 Laggard, Milda, Vigilante 

2 2 2* F Murphy 10 Rookery, J. Healey, M. Sterling 

4* 7 4 i G W Car’l 12 Reilloe, Miss Folly. Seneca 

9 l 8 s ) W Obert 12 Medusa, Diaiitliea, Barb. Sh illing 



EXTERMINATOR, ch 
41720 Oakl’wn lmTOyl 
40525 Latonia 1 1-16 1 
40415 Latonia 2 1-4 4 

40304 Pimlico 1 1-2 2 

40269 Pimlico 1 1-4 2 
40233 Laurel 11-81 

40198 Laurel 1 1-8 1 
40118 Laurel 1 1-8 1 
40065 Laurel 1 1-16 1 
40025 Laurel 1 1-16 1 
39493 Saratoga 1 1-4 2 
39324 Saratoga 1 1-4 2 
39207 Sar’toga 1 3-16 1: 
S8715 Latonia 11-2 2: 
38413 Bel. Ter. 1 — 
38172 Church’l 11-4 2: 
34697 Kenilw’h 5) f 1: 
34509 Windsor 6) f 1 
34458 Windsor 6-8 1 
34088 Latonia 3-4 1: 
JOCK SCOT, hr. h, 5 

40305 Pimlico 1- 1 

4028? Pimiieo 3-4 1 
40177 Empire Ab3-4 1 
40154 Empire Ab3-4 1 
40130 Empire Ab3-4 1 
39938 Jamaica 3-4 1 
39S45 Aq’duct 3-4 1 
39703 Aq’duct 6) f 1 
39644 Belmont 3-4 st 1 
39184 Empire Ab3-4 1 
38473 Belmont 7-8 1 
38379 Jamaica 3-4 1 
38193 Pimlico 3-4 1 
38116 Pimlico 3-4 1 



• g. * 

:43%fast 4-5 
:50%mud 4-5 
:06%hvy 6-5 

:31%fast 7 
:05%fast 16-5 
:54%hvy 17-10 
:52%fast 3-10 
:51%good 3 
:44%fast 13 
:46%fast 3-5 
:12%hvy 11-5 

:03%fast 11-10 
:56%fast 5 
:33 fast 9 

— 9-20 

10%mud 30 
07%fast 3-2 
13 hvy 8 
01%good 14 
14%fast 26-6 

39 fast 17-5 
ll%fast 13 
08V8fast 11-5 
09 fast 9-10 

08 fast 6 
12%fast 6 
12%fast 6 
19%fast 15 
09%fast 15 

09 slop 2 
26%hvy 3 
I2%fast 4 
14%hvy 27-10 
12%fast 21-10 



123 

126 2 2 
126 1 4 
121 6 1 
120 2 6 



113 3 1 
113) 4 1 

118 4 1 
103 2 1 
115 2 2 

123 3 2 
129 2 2 

124 4 4 

122 4 

114 6 5 
112 7 
105 6 
105 3 
109 2 
118 

125 2 
120 2 
121 3 
120 1 

119 4 
111 8 
128 7 
117 10 
127 5 

123 4 
121 3 2 



By McGee — Fair Empress (W. S. Kilmer). 

l’i I s A Schu’g'r 4 Lucky B.. Drastic. Ticket 
l 4 l 2 ) J Loftus S Drastic, War Machine, Regalo 
l h 1“ J Loftus (> lieaverkill. Moscow:!. Golding 
2 2 3'1 J Loftus 15 G. Smith. O. Khayyam, C. Tassel 
1' 1) L Ensor 5 Foreground. T. Porter. XV . Cloud 
Ink W Knapp 3 Midway, Tombolo 
l l ) l 2 ) W Knapp 5 Aurura. Red Sox, Tombolo 
3' 3 3 ) W Knapp 4 Midway, Cudgel, OmarKli’yyam 
1) 16 W Knapp 4 ThePorter, S’nnySlope, Tombolo 
1‘ l 1 C Kummer 4 Franklin. John I. Day. Red Sox 
4) 3“) W Knapp 5 Ticket, Bondage, Golding 
4 4 12 A Schu’g’r 4 Sun Briar. Johren, War Cloud 

3 4 2 2 W Knapp .5 Enfilade, Tip. Witcliet, Recount 
3 s 2 2 W Knapp 6 Joliren. Freeeutter, Uollinger 
2- 2* W Knapp (> Kilts II., Sq. Dealer, Game Cock 
2 4 l 1 W Knapp S Eseoba, VivaAmerica, WarCloud 
6 4 4) J Morys 11 M. Bryn. O.RoeO’Neil, Salvestra 
I s 1* XV Kelsay »l F. Handley, L.Eileen, Mehuffey 
4' 4 10 J Morys 11 J.HareJr., HighCost, V. America 
1') I s J Mor vs 12 MistressPolly, Quito, Dr.Nickell 
By Ogden — Frankie (R. L. Bresler). 

I 1 lj L Ensor 3 War Pennant, Routledge 
1' 2“ L Ensor 15 Flags, ltulse. Motor Cop 
2 s 3) L Lyke 7 Motor Cop, ITU. Thule, HighCost 
l 3 l'l L Ensor 5 Hollister, High Cost, TeaOaddy 
2- 2“k 1, Ensor 7 N’turalist, O.tlieWay, Salvestra 
7 2 7 s ) M Buxton 9 Arnold, High Cost, Hollister 



5) 4 3 ) T Rice 



9 Hollister, Wise Mail. Arnold 



10) ll 1 ® W Knapp 14 Hollister Crank, link. Frank 
5‘ 5® T Rice 10 L. Dorothy. R. Lodge, Dr.Johnson 

6 G'« E Sande 6 H’iltonA., T.o’tli'M’ing, S’rtling 

1) l 2 T Rice 7 Battle. Eyelid, Panamau 

6 s 6 4 3 T Rice 10 Cum Sah, Startling, GeorgeStarr 

3uk 31 ) t Rice 5 Dr.Johnson, Leochnres, Currency 

1* 1) T Rice 10 The Porter. Tumbler, Tea Caddy 




DAILY RACING FORM 



Monday, March 31, 1919 



TOP O’ TH’ MORNING, ch. g, 7 



41661 Oakl'wn 
41334 F.G’nds 
40980 F.G’nds 
39631 Belmont 
39388 Saratoga 
33.310 Saratoga 



5-8 l:01%slow 
5$ f 1 :07%fast 
5i f 1 :P6%fast 
6* f 1 :19%fast 
3-4 l:10%fast 
3-4 l:12%fast 



39184 Empire Ab3-4 1 :09 slop 
39109 Empire Ab.3-4 1:10 fast 
3S670 Jamaica 5£ f l:05%fast 
38391 Belmont 5} f st l:04%fast 
tlXTIMA THULE, b. c, 4 
41751 Oakl’wn 3-4 l:14%slow 
41289 F.G’nds 5i f l:06%fast 



41178 F.G’nds 
40939 F.G’nds 
40832 F.G’nds 
40576 Jef'son 
40314 Pimlico 
40243 Pimlico 



6* f 1:06%, good 
5a t 1 :08%slow 
5 i f 1:07 fast 
3-4 l:16%slow 
3-4 1 :ll%fast 
3-4 1:14 slow 



40177 Empire Ab3-4 l:08%fast 
IMA FRANK, ch. m, 6 

4012:! Jamaica 3-4 1 :11%fast 



4*1122 Jamaica 
40033 Jamaica 
39823 Aq’duct 
39703 Aq'ffUct 
29558 Kolniont ! 
59415 Saratoga 



3-4 1 :12%fast 
fii f 1 :191r,good 
6J f 1 :19%fast 
-4 st 1 :10 fast 
3-4 l:ll%good 



39378 Saratoga 3-4 1:10%fast 
39209 Saratoga 3-4 1 :12V;, fast 
39158 Empire Ab3-4 l:09%fast 

A. N. AKIN, b. g, 7 

41230 F.G’nds 5i f 1 :10%hvy 



41178 F.G’nds 
41099 F.G'nds 
41019 F.G’nds 
40993 F.G'nds 
40375 Latonia 
40318 Estonia 
39026 Estonia 
38663 Estonia 
38637 Latonia 
38455 Douglas 



5*. f 1 :06%good 
51 f 1:10 hvy 
5£ f 1:10 hvy 
1 l:42%hvy 
3-4 l:15%slop 
3-4 l:ll%fast 
3-4 l:ll%fast 
3-4 1 :12%fast 
3-4 l:l2%fast 
3-4 l:ll%fast 



WILLIAM THE FOURTH, ch. h, 

287.86 Douglas lin70yl :41%fast I 
3S46S Douglas lm70yl :42%fast 
38428 Douglas lm70y l:41%fast 
38122 Lex’ ton 1 1-8 l :51%fast 
38094 lajx’ton 1 1-4 2:04%fast 
38079 Eex’ton 3-4 l:12%fast 
36253 Latonia 3-4 1:15 mud 
36203 Eatonia 1 1-16 l:44%fast 
36051 Latonia 1 1-16 l:44%fast ! 
35802 Church’ 1 lm70yl:44%good 1 



119 Lost rider, 
126 3 11 



106 1 1 1 1 
107 6 6 5 

107 1 3 3 

113 3 13 

116 3 4 6 

120 9 9 9 

122 2 6 5 

102 

111 3 3 2 2 

109 2 4 2 2 

108 5 7 6 6 

1051 4331 
106 6 6 6 6 
113 3 44 

1051 7 77 

110 8 8 6 7 

107 3 5 6 6 

111 6 4 4 5 



By Peep o’Day — Lady Balgowan (W. C. Weant). 

1J 3“ T Rice 6 Am. Ace. B. Choice. B.nndStars 
7 1 6*1 W Mcln’re 9 C.L’deck’r, B.Daw, W.W.H’tings 

61 o 4 G Walls 10 B.’sClioice, V.B’nnie. BonTromp 
21 3 2 W Knapp 6 Columbine. R’galLodge, C. Tassel 
7 1 7* W Knapp 17 Polymelian, Old Koenig, G.Star* 
11 2»* W Knapp 10 Flags, FairyWand, Out the Way 
2* 2“ G Walls 0 Hamilton A., Startling, Arnold 
31 In E Taplin 7 S. Spangled, ImaFrank, J.auBout 
71 7 10 D Owens 10 Compadre, Kalitan, George Stan 
6 4 6 7 | C Peak 12 Sunflashll., Abadune, CotnTassel 

By Ultimus — Rubia Granda (R. L. Bresler). 

I 1 l 4 A Johnson *i Top Coat, Kama, Valor 
7 7 1 ® A Collins 7 W.W.H’tings, Korbly, V.B’nnfe 

10J 10»J H Wakoff 11 R. Craig, W.W.Hastings, W.Hall 
7 7 1 ® F Stevens 7 Pickwick, Pepper, Bon Tromp 

9’ 9 12 H Wakoff 12 Korbly, Assume, Bon Tromp 
4 5 4' 4 G Apel 5 Diversion, Bribed Voter, Pilsen 
4* 6 s } L Ensor 8 Bulse, Lucullite, Motor Cop 
I s l'l L Ensor 4 Eeoeliares, Currency, J. Frances 
31 2 h L Ensor 7 Motor Cop, Jock Scot, High Cost 
By Abe Frank — Tex Anna (Beverwyck Stable). 

43 36 p Rob’son 5 Lucullite, Arnold, Bill McCloy 

6 2 3'1 L Ensor 10 Hollister, Salvcstra, Higli Cost 

1 1 4*1 M Buxton 8 Salvcstra. L.IJnrotliy. L.G’rtrude 

3* 3' E Taplin 14 Hollister, Crank, Fairy Wand 

4 2 3 S 1 J Hanover 5 Fairy Wand, Hollister. Papp 

73 6* W Kelsay 8 Flags, Crank, Naturalist 
6 2 6 l ° A Schu'g’r 9 Jyntee, Viva America, F. Wand 
A Johnson 8 Battle. Lady Gertrude, Salvestra 

1 2 4*J M Buxton 7 Quietude, R. Maiden, GoldTassel 
By Algol— Tremar (E. Trotter). 

l l l 1 C Rob’son 6 S.ofP’sure, K.B’glit, K.-i-Noor 
7‘ 7 4 3 C Rob’sonll R. Craig, W.W.Hastings, W.Hall 
2J 2 3 C Rob’son 3 Top Coat, Blackie Daw 
21 2 s J Metcalf 4 Korbly, Pickwick, F. Handley 
21 2 s G Walls 4 Basilins, Amalette, S. in Time 
4b 6 7 J M Garner 7 Bon Tromp, S.Knob, S.ofPI’sure 
3 4 2 2 M Garner 7 Courtship, Basil, Drastic 
81 10 2 D Conn’llyll Leocliares, Boniface, Vio. Bonnie 
61 6 2 J L Mink 6 P’ce ofComo, Buford, Fruit Cake 
6 1 6 2 L Mink 10 Boniface, Quietude, V. America 
6 4 4 7 3 E Mink 9 Leocliares. Tacola, Fruit Cake 
By William the Third — Miss Snooks (E. W. Moore). 
31 4 4 i A Johnson (i Grundy, Bribed Voter, Gr’nJones 
21 2 7 1 R Simpson 5 Fell Swoop, Valais, Aurum 
4 1 4 2 1 W Crump 7 Pif ,Tr., Green Jones, Midway 
lb 310 W Crump 4 Am. Eagle. Cnpt.Rees. Op’rtu'nity 
3 1 3 7 | W Crump 7 Manager Waite, Hollister. Valor 
3 1 3 2 1 W Crump 5 GreenJones, GallantLad, Franklin 
7 6 4 1 W Crump 7 Har’yKelly. J.J.M’rdock, F.Cake 

41 45J w Crump 9 Hollister, Fizer, Beaverkill 
5 1 3*1 W Crump 7 G. Fortune, Op’rtunity, B’verkili 
6 6 21 L Gentry 6 Hollister, Valor, Piatt 



FIFTH RACE — 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 4-year-olds and upward. Claiming. (March 18, 1919 — 1:43 — 4 
—108.) 



VERNA B.. ch. f, 4 
41789 Oakl'wn 1 
41760 Oakl’wn 3-4 
41682 Oakl’wn 3-4 
ALDEBARAN, b. g, 
41776 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 
41710 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 
41674 Oakl’wn 11-8 
41528 F.G’nds lm70y 
41298 F.G’nds lm70y 
41165 F.G’nds lm70y 
40688 Jef'son lm70y 
4049S Bowie 1 1-16 
4C104 Laurel lm70y 
39800 H.deG'ce 1 1-16 
89719 H.deG’ce 1 1-16 
89181 Empire 1 1-16 
*9140 Empire lm70y 



(M) 

l:42%fast 15 
1:18 hvy 7 
1:15 fast 20 

10 

1:49 slow 6-5 
l:47%fast 18-5 
•1 :54%f ast 2£ 
l:45%fast 9-5 
l:45%fast 13-5 
l:47%slow 15 
1:49 slow 4 
l:50%fast 11 
l:43%fast 11 
1 :62%hvy 7-5 
l:47%fast 43-10 
l:47%fast 7-10 
l:44%fast 41 



102 

104 9 2 2 
112 6 2 

113 9 9 

115 

114 9 7 6 

115 2 4 2 
115 6 6 4 
108 6 6 4 
108 7 6 5 

112 11 10 9 
115 10 8 8 
111 3 6 4 

113 8 8 7 
108 1 5 6 
110 6 6 6 
115 9 8 8 
108 8 7 2 



SIR WILLIAM JOHNSON, ch. g, 8 



41274 F.G’nds 
41163 F.G’nds 
40937 F.G’nds 
40822 Jef'son 
4068-1 Jef'son 
40616 Jef’son 



41788 Oakl’wn 3-4 l:13%fast 8 
41695 Oakl’wn 5J f l:07%fast 4 
41670 Oakl’wn 3-4 l:14%fast 2£ 
41354 F.G’nds 6J f 1:07 fast 10 
40972 F.G nds 5£ f l:0C%fast 20 
36524 Bowie 1 1-16 1:51 slow 39-10 
36500 Bowie 1 1-16 l:50%fast 13 
36463 Bowie 1 1-16 1 :50 fast 12 
36407 Pimlico lm70y l:46%fast 15 
36309 Pimlico 3-4 l:14%fast 112 
35928 Laurel 1 1-16 l:51%hvy 7 
SINAI, b. m. 7 

41789 Oakl’wn 1 1 :42%fast 8 
41 60S Oakl’wn 1 1-16 l:4S%fast 20 
41659 Oakl’wn 3-4 l:16%slow 7 

4135.3 F.G’nds 51 f 1:08 fast 12 
41274 F.G’nds 61 f 1 :08%fast 20 
41163 F.G’nds 61 f 1:08 slow 20 
40937 F.G’nds 51 f l:0S%slow 20 
40822 Jef'son 1 1-16 l:52%slow 15 
406S4 Jef'son 3-4 l:18%slow 1 
40616 Jef’son 3-4 1:21 mud 10 
SEA URCHIN, ch. g, 6 

4177»! Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1:49 slow 15 
41710 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 l:47%fast 20 
41294 F.G’nds lm70y l:46%fast 20 
41148 F.G’nds 1 1-4 2:13%hvy 5 

40835 F.G’nds lm70y l:47%mud 12 
40687 Jef’son 3-4 l:17%slow 10 
40609 Jef’son 1 1:43 good 10 

40512 Jef’son 1 1-16 2:00%hvy 7 

40220 Laurel lm70v 1:45 fast 13 
40213 Laurel 1 1-16 l:47%fast 28 
40093 Laurel lm70y 1:46 fast 51 
40068 Laurel 1 1-16 l:46%fast 32 
LUKEMAE, b. g, 7 

41786 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 l:48%fast G 
41752 Oakl’wn lm70y 1:46 slow 10 
41698 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 l:48%fast 15 
41566 Jef’son 51 f l:10%slow 12 
41484 F.G'nds lm20y l:45%hvy 10 
41421 F.G’nds lm70y 1:53 hvy 10 
41396 F.G’nds 1 l:47%mud 50 
41312 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1:52 hvy 50 
41060 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1 :51%mud 30 
40787 Jef’son 5-8 l:03%good 20 

4054.3 Jef’son 51 f l:14%hvy 12 
37920 H.deG’ce lm70yl:47 fast 188 
37900 H.deG’ce lm70yl:47%fast 16-5f 
87788 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 l:47%fast 30 
ADELINE L., ch. m, 5 

41772 Oakl’wn 3-4 l:15%slow 15 
41670 Oakl’wn 3-4 l:14%fast 30 
37S01 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 l:47%fast 25 
37756 Oakl’wn 3-4 l:13%fast 30 
37519 Oakl’wn lm70y 1:46 fast 5 
37279 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:46%fast 1G-5 
372G0 F.G'nds 1 1-4 2:10%slow 41 
37059 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:4S%good 41 
369S0 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:52%hvy 2 
368S8 F.G’nds 1 l:40%fast 12 
36S0S Jef’son 3-4 l:20%hvy 6 
36753 Jef’son lm70y 1:47 good 40 
OPERA GLASS, ch. h, G 
41739 Oakl’wn lm70y 1 :45%fast 20 
41674 Oakl’wn 1 1-8 1 :54%fast 15 
41617 Oakl’wn lm70y l:45%good 50 
41336 F.G’nds 1 1:41 fast 50 
41297 F.G’nds 1 1:41 fast 50 
2393C Conn’ht 1 1-16 l:45%fast 49-5 
33759 Conn’ht 1 l:40%fast 33-5 

33653 BlueBon. 1 1-8 2:01%hvy 17 
33541 BlueBon. 1 1-8 2:00%hvy 34 

NO MANAGER, hr. g, 8 
41776 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1:49 slow 15 
41674 Oakl’wn 1 1-8 l:54%fast 10 
41576 Jef’son 1 1-16 l:51%fast 10 

40915 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:57%hvy 20 

40766 Jef’son lm70y l:52%hvy 10 
40633 Jef’son 1 l:53%hvy 10 

40684 Jef'son lm70y l:50%slow 6 
40559 Jef’son lm20y 1:59 hvy 3J 

40513 Jef'son lm20y 1:56 hvy 4J 
40471 Jef’son lm20y l:55%hvy 4) 
MIKIFULA. br. g, 6 

41530 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1:48 fast 50 . 
41176 F.G’nds 1 l:49V 3 good 12 
40983 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:47%fast 25 

40916 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1:57 hvy 10 
40822 Jef’son 1 1-16 l:52%slow 9 
49791 Jef’son 3-4 l:16%good 15 
40668 Jef’son 1 1-16 l:56V s hvy 6 
40621 Jef’con 1 1-16 l:57%mud 12 
40493 Jef’son lm20y 1:56 hvy 3 
40470 Jef’son 3-4 l:21%hvy 10 
LADY LITTLE, ch. m, 6 

41776 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1:49 slow 20 
37556 Oakl’wn 1 1-10 l:43%fast 12 
37471 Oakl'wn 1 1-16 l:4S%fast 25 
37120 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:52%hvy 20 
37022 F.G’nds 1 1:45 hvy 30 
36550 Bowie 1 1-8 l:59%slop 14 
36528 Bowie lm70y 1:49 good 1 
36516 Bowie 1 1-16 l:51%fast 6 
36482 Bowie 1 1-16 l:49%fast 27-5 
35782 Aq’duct 1 l:40%fast 13-5 
35677 Aq’duct 1 l:40%fast 11-5 
BRICKLEY. b. g, 8 
41610 Jef'son 1 1 16 l:49%fast ,.0 
41466 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:56 7 ,ihvy 30 
41443 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1 :55%hvy 10 

41297 F.G’nds 1 1-4 2:14 mud 10 
41357 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1 :48>6fast 12 
41294 F.G’nds lm70v l:468fcfast 10 
41278 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:49Vkfast 20 
41212 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1:55 hvy 30 
41071 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:54%hvy 25 
41042 F.G’nds 1 1-S l:57%slow 20 
ROYAL TEA. b. h, 10 
41785 Oakl’wn 51 f l:08»£f*st 2a 
37271 F.G’nds 1 1-8 1 :55*fefast 5 
37166 F.G’nds 3-4 1:15 fast 20 
36855 Jef’son 1 1 :42-':,good 21 

36821 Jef’son 1 1 47 hvy 3 

36730 Jef'son 1 145 slow 15 

30442 D Monte 1 1 :42Vf.fast — 
36432 D. Monte 5-8 l:01%fast — 
36040 Reno 3-4 l:13%fast 5 

25958 Reno 1 1-16 1 :47%fast 3-5 
35950 Reno 3-4 l:13%fast 41-10 



37022 F.G’nds 
36550 Bowie 
36528 Bowie 
36516 Bowie 
36482 Bowie 
35782 Aq’duct 
35677 Aq’duct 



37166 F.G’nds 
368.55 Jef'son 
36821 Jef’son 
26730 Jef’son 
30442 D. Monte 
26432 D. Monte 
36040 Reno 
35958 Reno 
35950 Reno 



114 5 1 2 
110 4 2 1 

106 9 4 8 

109 2 6 5 

113 11 11 

110 3 6 6 

103 

104 8 3 1 

IOSJ 5 4 3 
113 7 6 

108 6 5 

110 7 8 

1131 6 6 

102 8 7 

104 4 2 4 

109 3 2 

105 3 8 

108 

111 3 3 3 

112 7 6 6 

111 13 14 14 

103 6 4 6 

111 9 9 10 

112 5 3 

110 3 7 7 

113 1 2 2 

111 12 12 12 

107 7 9 6 
113 6 7 7 
109 5 3 3 



108 5 6 6 

110 2 6 5 

116 7 6 

112i 755 

111 7 5 3 

111 3 3 3 

112 8 8 8 

106 5 5 5 
112 8 8 

107 6 6 

110 6 7 6 
106 7 10 8 
U4 7 8 7 



1061 388 

109 10 10 

110 1 2 5 

103 1 1 2 

104 1 1 1 
109 4 3 4 
1071 1 1 1 
109 1 1 1 

107 3 4 

103 1 9 10 

108 

109 8 8 8 
109 112 

111 7 7 7 
1081 467 
106 1 5 5 

112 3 5 5 

104 5 3 4 
100 4 3 2 
102 8 9 9 



lOt 2 3 6 
10S 1 7 4 

102 9 10 10 
108 8 7 7 

112 3 9 9 

105 3 6 6 

107 1 2 3 

108 3 3 5 

110 2 2 4 
116 

111 7 7 8 
’176 7 7 7 

111 13 9 9 

110 8 9 9 

107 9 4 2 

108 6 7 

112 2 2 2 

111 6 6 6 

115 4 3 4 
114 4 5 

103 

106 8 C 4 
102 2 4 10 
112 12 11 11 
111 9 7 8 

109 6 6 7 
lOli 1 3 7 
101 6 2 1 
102 9 7 12 
106 4 3 4 
109 1 4 4 
108 4 4 4 
108 

113 15 13 13 
108 4 8 8 
111 7 7 7 

104 8 5 3 
111 13 11 9 
111 7 11 10 
111 6 6 6 

108 7 7 7 

109 7 6 6 
no 7 6 4 
108 

113 8 10 

111 2 4 4 



114111 
110 7 4 2 



8 10 gis o Willis 
7 7 2 « O Willis 

7 7»3 J Bell 

6 5‘* J Bell 

5 4*1 J Bell 

3 2 l 1 J Bell 
2*1 3 3 i J Bell 
7* 8 28 J Bell 



INSURANCE MAN. b. 

41698 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1: 
39526 Cheyenne 1 1: 
39501 Cheyenne 1 1: 
39454 Cheyenne 1 1: 
39358 Cheyenne 1 1: 
29334 Cheyenne 1 1: 
39292 Cheyenne 1 1: 
39249 Cheyenne 1 1 : 
39021 Reno 1 1: 

MINNIE F„ b. m, 9 
41772 Oakl’wn 3-4 1: 
41694 Oakl’wn 51 f 1: 
41421 F.G’nds lm70y 1: 
41380 F.G’nds lm70y 1: 
41333 F.G’nds 51 f 1: 
41291 F.G’nds ImiOv 1: 
41232 F.G’nds lm20y 1: 
41133 F.G’nds lm?0y 1: 
40990 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1: 
40943 F.G’nds lm70y 1: 
40927 F.G’nds 51 f 1: 
40808 Jef'son 1 1: 

40788 Jef’son lm70y 1: 



. g. 9 

:4S%fast 25 

:44%slow 7 
:42%fast 15 
:42%fast 12 
:43Vfcfast 41 
:45%fast 4-5 
:44 fast 19 
:44Vifast 25 
:42 fast 21 

:15%slow 50 
:0S fast 30 
:53 hvy 30 
:50%hvy 60 

:09 fast 40 
:47 fast 30 
:49%hvy 30 

:54%hvy 25 

:53%hvy 15 

:48'~.sIow 25 
:09%hvy 30 

:45 good 25 
:50%good 7 



108 By Hermis — Melton Mowbray (J. Wakeman). 

110 11 11 11 10 10 1 10‘* E Haynes 12 F. of Steel, Lukemae, Sunflash 

109 7 1 ® M M’thewslO Larkin, L. Leona, Commendation 

113 3* M M’thews 7 Cobrita, Lady Leona, Larkin 

111 6®1 C T’mpsonlO Crankie, Larkin, Lady Leona 

113 6 e J B Pinneg’r 7 Bolala, Treowen, Larkin 

313 2| B Pinneg’r 7 L. Innocence, Swenson, Tal. Dip 

109 2J C T”mpson 6 Stanley S., Larkin, L. Innocence 

107 10 2 * J DonovanlO Little Abe, Ben Levy, Larkin 

111 8 l# R Carter 8 Dovie, Far Cathay, Quick 

110 By Albula— Martha D. (R. H. Good). 

103 12 11 7 7 7 1 4J T Buel 12 Hasty Mabel, Neg, Nasledovati 

101 6 8 10 10 2 9 11 I Gregory 12 I>ib. Star. Lit.Princess, Stelcliff 

101 8 7 7 7 8 8 25 I Gregory 8 Luther, Dundreary, Bean Spiller 

107 4 7 6 7 101 10‘* I Gregory 14 Rhymer, Bluebannoek, MarTom 

110 12 11 9 10* 12> 7 I Gregory 12 C.A.Comiskey, Iteilloc, Sp. Queen 

101 4 3 8 8 7 2 7 11 I Gregory 11 Oenone, Paula V., Mindanao 

101 6 3 5 7 7 7 27 I Gregory 7 Lucky R., Margery, Sosius 

106 2 4 7 7 8 8 2 * J Rod’g’ez 8 Atnelita, N. Simplex, Gleipner 

102 8 6 5 6 7 4 7 11 I Gregory 9 L. Cochran, R. Interest, Ellison 

100 3 3 6 7 8 2 7 1 ® I Gregory 10 Blue Thistle, Aztec, Foxy Griff 

107 8 6 8 8* 8 11 I Gregory 10 Blaise, Sabretash, Leta 

308 8 6 5 6 7 2 7’® I Gregory 9 Gor. Roberts. Indolence, Dervish 

104 3 1 2 4 6 6’* I Gregory 6 B.Spiller, A’lgamator, L.L’gf’low 



CAIN SPRING, b. g. 3 




87 










41776 Oakl’wn 


1 1-46 1 :49 slow 


g 


97 


C 


5 


5 


3 


41542 F.G’nds 


1 1-16 1:48%, fast 


6 


92 


11 11 10 


l'i 


41495 F.G’nds 


1 1 :46%hvy 


1 


108 


5 


4 


5 


4 


41422 F.G'nds 


lm70y 1:54 hvy 


3 


94 


2 


1 


1 


3 


41370 F.G’nds 


1 l:45%mud 


10 


106 


8 


6 


4 


4 


41037 F.G’nds 


51 f l:09%slow 


10 


100 11 




10 


10 


40958 F.G’nds 


61 f l:08%good 12 


112 


12 




12 


12 


38350- Jamaica 


5-8 1:02 fast 


7 


112 11 




10 


10 


38231 Jamaica 


5-8 l:02%fast 


41 


102 10 




• 


10 


38010 H.deG’ce 


41 f 55%fast 43-10 101 


1 




4 


4 


37960 H.deG’ce 


41 f 64%fast 


18 


100 10 




9 


8 


37929 H.deG’ce 


41 f 65 hvy 


31-10 115 


2 






7 


BABY CAL, b 


. e, « 




108 










41777 Oakl'wn 


1 l:42%slow 


31 


107 


4 


4 


4 


3 


41722 Oakl'wn 


1 1-16 1:48 fast 


21 


110 


1 


3 


3 


2 


41649 Oakl’wn 


1 1-16 1:49 good 8 


113 


1 


3 


3 


2 


41294 F.G’nds 


lm70y l:46%fast 


2 


109 


1 


2 


2 


1 


41279 F.G'nds 


1 1-16 1 :49%fast 


7 


107 


4 


3 


5 


4 


41166 F.G’nds 


1 1-16 l:49%slow 


7 


111 


5 


5 


6 


C 


40963 F.G’nds 


1 1-1S l:4<t%good 20 


109 


2 


2 


3 


3 


40584 Jef’son 


lm70y l:50%slow 


5 


107 


4 


3 


5 


4 


38265 Jamaica 


lm70yl :46%fast 


31 


109 


4 


2 


4 


5 


3S014 H.deG’ce lm70yl:45%fast 


16 


104 


2 


6 


8 


s 


37893 H.deG’ce lm70yl:47%fast 


80f 


112 


« 


5 


6 


9 


EULOGY, b. m, 6 




105 










41777 Oakl’wn 


1 l:42%slow 


16-5 


106 


2 


2 


2 


1 


41719 Oakl’wn 


3-4 1:14 fast 


9-5 


105 


2 




1 


1 



15^13 Cfteyenue \ taet 7 



By Prospero— Peroxide (J. Blackwell). 

2 2‘i 2 1 H Cassity 12 Rookery, Sunflash. Gourmand 

2 2b 5 5 3 L Gentry 12 St’kebr’ker, Rayon’nt, A.Reona 

6 5 l 3 12 L Gentry 9 Plenty, Rayonnant, Q. of T.Spa 

By Flanudes — Passan (M. Goldblatt). 

5 5 2 5*1 D Conn’lly 9 C. Spring, B.ofPhoenix, PaulaV. 

3 2£ 2 2 W Crump 10 Grey Eagle, Ellison, Aug.Heinze 

3 21 21 D Conn’lly 9 L.String, Th’nksgiving, Crankie 

4 6 1 6 5 i G Moles’th 8 Harry Breivogel, Parr, Alhena 

6 3 h 3®1 C Rob’son 9 Sir Oliver, Orderly, Mary Belle 

7 7 1 6 4 ! J Mooney 11 Dioscoride, Lottery, Lib. Sands 

8 6 l 6*1 M Garner 10 MissWells, Willdo, BlueThistle 

2 6 2 3 7 1 C Rummer 7 Obolus, Bravado, Babette 

6 6 1 6*1 A Collins 8 Hauberk, B’ckboard, T.Decision 

4 4 2 4*1 A Collins 6 K.Neptune, Waukeag, Q.of t.Sea 

4 3 1 l l l A Collins 7 DouglassS., K.Neptu’e, B.ofP’nix 

8 61 7*1 E Sande 10 Lit. Cottage, Perugino, Chillum 

1 1* 1® G Walls 18 Sky Pilot. Chillum. Laxy Lon 

By Isidor — La Tosca II. (R. A. Smith). 

5 G 1 5*1 L Stalker 10 Trusty. J. O’Dowd, M.B.T’rman 

7 4 h 4 3 J L Stalker 11 M.B.T’rman, C.M’ster, L’erator 

2 2 3 2 1 L Stalker 8 Bon Otis, H. Mabel, Hindoostan 

8 61 6 12 L Stalker 12 M.J’mbo, Kil.Boy, R.H.And’son 

11 ll 1 10>® L Stalker 12 Port Light. W.o’W’dom, JackK. 

3 4 1 6 4 J T Par’ ton 9 K. Hamburg, G.M.Miller, Batwa 

2 2 3 11 T Par’ton 13 BlueThistle. E. Baumann, OldPop 

7 7 1 10 1 * T Par’ton 15 Tie Pin,* Brooklyn, Kilts 

5 6 4 5 l ° h Lykes 7 Eagle, Polroma, Peep Sight 

9 8'1 7 7 i E Haynes 12 KingWorth, Torchbearer, J.Scot 

6 6 l * 6 l * L Ensor 7 Ella Ryan, Tranby, Spectre 

Bt Dr. Leggo — Norinno (O. W. Gasser). 

7 6 l 7 12 J Groth 12 Rookery, Verna B., Sunflash 

4 7'i 8*1 J Groth 12 F. of Steel. Lukemae, Sunflash 

7 7 2 7*3 C K’sch’mlO Barbara Shilling. Onwa, Jane 

5 8 l 8 3 G Moles’thl2 T. as Steel, Jack K., Lobelia 

10 71 63 M Buxton 12 True as Steel, Leta, Liberator 

6 61 8 11 W J 0’B’nl2 Billie B., Sybil, Jessie C. 

5 6 4 4*1 J Rod’g’ezlO OpheliaW., Langden, Tom Caro 

6 6b 6 7 1 H Ham’t’n 9 Sem. Stalwart, Brando, Mikifula 

1 2 l J 2>1 M Garner 8 Ringdove, L. Leona, Hand. Rose 

4 5 1 6*1 R Pauley 9 Inquieta, Robert Lee, Brickley 

By Sea King — Mayme M. M. (W. L. Drake). 

4 4 : 4*1 R Troxler 9 C. Spring, B.ofPhoenix, PaulaV. 

6 61 6'* R Troxler 10 Grey Eagle, Aldebaran, Ellison 

14 14 14 2 * R Pauley 14 St. Bridge, BnbyCal, Dundreary 
6 6' 5 6'® C Rob’son 7 Th. Nighter, Dalwood, Dervish 

10 9 2 9 7 » F Smith 10 Mab, Handfull, Leah Cochran 

3 8 1 7 11 F Smith 9 FoxyGriflf, E.B’mann, M.T’nkel 

5 41 4 2 J Hanoverl2 Lucky R., Black Broom, Mose 

4 3 4 3*i H Stearns 6 Wad. Last, W.H.B’kner, Acheron 

12 81 5 3 1 W Kelsay 13 W.Bedotte. GalaDress, Refugee 

6 6 2 8 4 W Kelsay 14 Tie Pin, Lazy Lou, Galley Head 

8 31 2b W Kelsay 9 Bravado, Zinnia, Veldt 

3 3» 3* W Kelsay 9 Nigel, Hwfa, Galley Head 

By Luke Ward — Jessie Mae (W. G. Weant). 

6 3i 3-4 J Groth 7 Gleipner. Adelante, Br. Favorite 
6 5 4 4 11 M Gamer 7 Lucius, S. in Time, Liberty Star 

5 31 2>1 M Garner 12 F. of Steel, Sunflash, Br.Velvet 

5 6‘J 5*1 T Rice 12 Kingling II., L. Miller, Bracelet 

5 6* 3 12 T Rice 7 Hondo, Medusa, Slumberer 

6 6* 6 ! * R Troxler 8 Luther, Dundreary, Bean Spiller 

3 3 12 3 2 1 R Troxler 4 A1 Pierce, Hondo, Frances Star 

8 81 8 20 W Mcln’relO S. Stalwart. Kenward, Bl. Rock 

6 4* 4** A Collins 7 Baby Lynch, Jiffy, Prunes 

8 8 7 10 G Walls 8 Hazel Dale, Evelyn V., Safranor 

6 6 6 28 D Owens 8 Parrish. A1 Pierce, Leta 

4 6 2 7*3 R Troise 10 Prim Harry, Yodeling, Stir Up 

8 7 1 8®J J Pitz 14 High. Lassie, StirUp, B.Hampson 

6 4‘i 4®J D Owens 12 Margaret N., Lackrose. Bobolink 

By Rapid Water — Mae Erwin (E. Burgess). 

5 6 1 6 2 H Cassity 12 Hasty Mabel, Neg, Nasledovati 

5 6 2 6 11 E Wh’tley H BonOtis, S. W.Jolinson, H. Mabel 

9 ‘7'i 7 l ° G ScherrerlO BenLevy, Hickorynut, J. Graham 
10 10* 30 18 L Gray 11 P’sumption, P’tefract, A. Plotter 

7 7 l 8 l ° F Rob’sonl2 Impr’ssion, H. Horse, Kinglingll. 

2 9 1 10 21 E Martin 12 Goodwood, El Palomar, Tiajan 

1 21 3* B Martin 9 Mirza, Max.’sChoiee, BillyOliver 

4 8 1 10 24 E Martin 12 Wild Thyme, Diadi. Alston 

2 2* 7 17 E Martin 10 Thornhill, Napoleon, Beau. Shop 

1 1* l 1 E Martin 12 Onward, Cora Lane, Valais 

4 6 1 5 7 3 E Martin 8 S’ndyLad, Contestant, Petrograd 

10 10* 8 7 1 E Martin 11 Regreso, Rhymer, Lucile P. 

By William Rufus — Spyglass (E. Trotter). 

7 7® 7 t7 O Willis S Nominee, Sayonarra, H.C.Basch 

4 8 10 8 13 O Willis 9 L. String, Aldebaran, T’ksgiving 

7 7 7 2 ® O Willis 7 H.Kiug, D. Williams, B.McD’w’l 

7 7 7°3 J Bell 7 Buford, Warsaw, Douglass S. 

5 5 5>® J Bell 6 Wal. Hall, B.S’nnon, K.-i-Noor 

5 6 4*1 J Bell 5 Fruit Cake, FountainFay, Runes 

3 3 2 l 1 J Bell 7 Dolina, Hubbub, Waukeag 

3 2’1 3 3 i J Bell 4 K.Neptune, Moscowa, Gr’nwood 

9 7* 8 28 J Bell 9 Hanovia, Christie, Iron Cross II. 

By Nasturtium — Katy of the West (W. H. Fizer). 

6 9 9 21 E Wh’tley 9 C. Spring, B.ofPhoenix, I’aulaV. 

6 6 3 5 4 3 C Brown 9 L.String, Aldebaran, T’ksgiving 

5 5 1 4 3 j C Brown 9 Tranby, John Hurie, Boxer 

10 10 10 18 H Cassity 10 Grumpy, Luther, Keziah 

7 8* 8 21 H Cassity 9 Dan Bright, Thirst, Hope 

9 7 2 7 24 H Cassity 9 Pulaski, Willdo, Brickley 

7 6 4 4 4 H Cassity 8 Blue Rock, Brando, Slumberer 

3 5* 6 10 H Cassidy 8 Harwood, Petelus, Breezy 

4 31 4*3 A Johnson G B.F’vorite, S.St’lwart, BlueRock 

5 41 4 7 ! F Rob’son 8 W.H.B’kner, Lucile P., Tze-Lsi 

By Garry Herrmann — Grand Prize (H. Heymann). 
12 14 14 21 L Stalker 14 Honol’luBoy, S. Bridge, Phil’tine 
7 7* 7 14 CapHNG’slO Kilmer, Fount. Fay, Slumberer 

11 13* 12 72 D Conn’lly 14 Mab, Don Dodge, Black Broom 

9 8 2 8 18 J Mooney 9 Yermak, Thirst, Adelante 

2 3 4 3 4 1 S Sn’dman 9 S.St’lwart, Brando, Amal’mator 

7 7 6 3 i S Sn’dman 7 Margery, Ol.Martin, M. Bacon 

1 5* 6‘3 L Mink 6 D. of Shelby, Roederer, S.St’wart 

6 6 12 6 21 F Rob’son 8 P.Connelly, W.’sLast, B.F’vorite 

4 6»® 5 28 D Wishard G Audrey K., Ellison, Say 

G 42 320 d Wish’rd 6 Kultur, General, Mikifula 

By Trap Rock — Gold Lady (J. E. Sc G. H. Adair). 
9 8 2 8 18 H Cassity 9 C. Spring, B.ofPhoenix, PaulaV. 

9 9* 9 30 O Willis 12 Jus. Goebel. J. Graham, IdaPinack 

11 9‘® 9'- 2 T Rice 12 Rey Oakwood, A.Heinze, J. Hurie 

8 8 4 8 23 T Rice 11 Kingling II., Ella Ryan, Tze-Lsl 

7 7 7 27 A Johnson 7 Mary H., Dolina, Lady Eileen 

9 10 1 10 1 * M Rowan 12 N.K.Beal, Greetings, G.M.Miller 

2 3 1 3 4 M Rowan 10 G. Bantam, Fl.Finch, BillyOliver 

19 7* 3 2 J T Rowan 12 G. Bantam, Handfull, E.Ba’mann 

3 2 1 3* E Campb'l 8 Greetings. R.L’gdon, K.H’mburg 

3 3 7 » 3 10 E Campb'l 5 Mirza, Andes, Flotsam II. 

6 6£ 4 4 3 E Campb'l 7 Moth.Macliree, Co’sinDan, Mirza 

By Ort Wells — The Scold (Romer Sc Brumfield). 

9 9 2 7“ S Wolst'mlf, Regreso, Dundresry, E.Ba’mann 

6 7* 7 11 C Brown 8 B.H’pson, H’ndfull, C’cadonrll. 

7 7 T 1 * D Conn’lly 7 Dervish, Handfull. Bean Spiller 

4 72 718 c Brown 9 Kebo, Sen. Broderick, Ornery 

8 8J 6 11 T Rice 13 F. Shannon, Plurenzi, Br.Velvet 

11 12 1 12 1 * D Conn'llyH St. Bridge, BahyCal, Dundreary 

7 6 l C'3 T Rice 14 Gor.Roberts, Brando, Philistine 

6 6 4 6 17 M Gamer 10 Ninety Simplex, Tito, Pulaski 

9 7£ 5 12 J De Ford 12 OldManCrit, Bombast, Yermak 

7 6 1 6* S Sn’dmanll Old Ben. Cracow. Honolulu 

By Right Royal — Tee-Ky-Tee (L. G. Pierce). 

10 9' 7*3 C Brown ll B.andStars, Langhorue, S. Queen 
4 8J 10 7 ) F Rob’sonl2 Stanleys., TarletouP., CliffField 
7 74 6 2 J E Don'liuel2 Clieniuug, Priv. Petal. Pontefract 

2 6'4 6"' F Rob'eonlg S., lames, C’llagration, R'bicoull. 

1 1»" 4*1 L Lykes 7 SamSIiek. Inqnietu, K.Haiuliurg 

3 71® 71® U Pool S Sir Raymond, Harwood, R. Cross 

1« A Johnson 0 Christ. Eve, Gomul, Old Harry 

6*1 E Pool 8 M. Franklin, Prairie, Important 

<a a i E Pool 8 Dervish, Tze-Lsi, Mast. Franklin 

D E Pool 5 Gomul, Old Harry, Menlo Park 

3 2 E Pool G Min. Jim, Dervish, Spok. Queen 

4 W Ormes 6 Miume F., Euielda. Thirst 



41684 Oakl’wn 5J f l:07%fast 13-5 104 4 
41324 F.G’nds lro20y l:44%good 7 104 5 

41295 F.G’nds lm70y 1:47 fast 15 106 11 

40983 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:47%fast 6 99 5 

40836 F.G’nds lm70y l:4S%mud 4 109 5 

40810 Jef’son 3-4 l:16%good C-5 113 2 
40587 Jef’son 5£ f l:08%good 12 108 4 

40335 Latonia lm70yl :44%fast 20 102 8 

39992 Church’l 1 1-16 1:48 fast 17-5 109 8 

39952 Church’l lm70yl :44%f ast 21 109 6 

39915 Douglas 1 1-16 l:46%fast 46 112 3 

GORDON ROBERTS, ch. g, 6 108 

41603 Jef’son lm70y 1:48 good 11-5 106 2 
41358 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:48%fast 8 110 2 

41278 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:49%fast 10 114 4 

41009 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:54%hvy 6 109 4 



SIXTH RACE — 1 1-16 Miles. 3-ycar-olds and upward. Claiming. (March 28, 1918 — 1:45% — 5 — 122.) 

IN SPRING, b. g, 3 87 By Zeus — Boneda (H. E. Springer). 

6 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1:49 slow 5 97 6 5 6 3 3* l®b H Ericks’n 9 B.ofPhoenix. PaulaV., S. Urchin 

2 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:48%fast 6 92 11 ll 10 10 8 4 8>® H Ericks’nll Bogart. S. Marjorie, S. Broderick 

5 F.G’nds 1 l:46%hvy 1 108 5 4 5 4 3b 4 2 « D Conn’lly 9 W. Willow, Mist. Mark, H.Smarr 

2 F.G’nds lm70y 1:54 hvy 3 94 2 1 1 3 2 l 2 1 H Ericks’n G Progressive, Dalw’d, B.Hampson 

0 F.G’nds 1 l:45%mud 10 106 8 6 4 4 4£ 4 11 G W Car’l 8 Sylvano, W. Willow, R. Samuels 



10 9 4 6*3 R Troise 13 D.Vandeveer, Sylvano, T.Desert 

4 4 8 4 2 C Mergler 6 Penrose, N.Yorke, Tommywaac 

8 4b 4>i R Troise 10 Auntie, Marmon, Little Maudie 

7 7 l 8 8 J J McTag’t 11 M.Iv.L’decker, P’ltney, B’gheera 

By Dorante — Pepita (W. C. Weant). 

3 2‘J 1J M Garner 7 Eulogy, Hondo, Christie Ilolters 

2 2£ 2b H J Burke 8 Hondo, Gleipner, Little String 

2 l'J 2 n|£ J Groth 7 Leta. Paul Connelly, Bogart 

1 l 1 2b J Dursch 14 St.’sBridge, Dundreary, Dervish 

4 2£ 4 2 i C Rob’sonlS Sir Oliver, Benefactor, Willdo 

6 6 2 6*1 M Gamer 9 Willdo, Foxy Griff, Don Dodge 

3 3 3 l“b G Walls 8 Sleeth, Mary H., Hondo 

4 5b 6 7 D Owens 8 Blue Rock, Brando, Slumberer 

6 6 1 ® 5»1 C Kummer 6 G.M.Miller, Pi’re-a-Feu, JuliaL. 

5 4 l 3 3 1 H Ericks’nl4 Minto II.. B. Jonathan. Dervish 

9 10* 9 11 XV Obert 11 Pit. Dolina. Yodeling 

By Fair Play — St. Eudora (L. A. Broaddus). 

1 lb 21 H Ham’t'n 7 BabyCal, Hondo, Christ.Holters 

1 l 2 l 4 H Cassity 12 Rookery, Ermitanu, Dur.Roberts 

4 31 lb H Cassity 9 BobA., HarryD., Bars and Stars 

1 l 2 l 1 S Sn’dman 8 A1 Pierce, Bluebannoek, Tze-Lsi 

7 12 12>* H Cassity 12 Philistine, Th. Green, J.Wakely 

2 3 2 13 1 * H Cassity 14 Mab, Don Dodge, Black Broom 

6 8 8 l * C K’sch’m 8 Daedalus, Parrish, Benefactor 

3 3 l 2 1 ! C K’sch’m 9 Risponde, Bogart, PrankMonroe 

2 lb 21 C K’sch’m 7 Billie B., Gr.Grass, Bar. Shilling 

8 8 2 7 1 * C Brown 10 Thinker, Hope, Mab 

2 1£ 2£ D Conn’llylO Redmon, ll’ry’sBeau, M. Twinkle 

3 3 4 3 2 1 C Brown 8 Mary Belle, Lucky R., Mary H. 

6 5 1 6 4 3 D Conn’llylO Prince Igor, Thinker, M.’sBeaU 

By General Roberts — Woolen (M. Goodpaster). 

1 I s 1J Q Preece 8 Boxer, Fr.Monroe, Ambuscade 

6 61 6‘° R Pauley 11 S.Bridge, Philistine, Da’biah II. 

1 11 l h R Pauley 14 Brando, Philistine. J.A.S’ridan 

6 10 10 22 W Crump 10 Bajazet, Pulaski, Hondo 

2 lb 1>J S Sn’dman 9 Indolence, Dervish, St.’s Bridge 

33 C Gross 9 R.ElPleasanton, M. Wells, Reydo 

4 3 3 C T'mpson 6 S. James, M. Wells, R.ElP’santon 

4*1 C Brown 9 Felieidad, Wand, Harry Mason 

21 R Carter 5 Miss Wells, Almino, Br. Favorite 

13 R Carter 6 Trulane, Almino, Minnie F. 

By Canopns — Florentia (C. J. Brockmiller). 

1 l 2 l 1 E Haynes 8 Waterproof. Bajazet, T’ksgiving 

2 2* 1“ E Haynes 8 Honolulu Boy, Bajazet, Tito 

2 l 2 l 2 M Garner 9 Kilmer, Romeo, Ben Hampson 

3 2 l 2 1 L Stalker 5 Progressive, Jason, Lucile P. 

3 6* 6 1 * E Stalker 7 Lord Herbert, OldBen, LucileP. 

3 4 4 3 2 1 Lt Stalker 6 A1 Pierce, Benefactor, Gleipner 

6 5 2 6’° L Stalker 7 Seafarer, Don Dodge, Lit.Cottage 

4 2 1 2 1 ' Li Stalker 8 J. Reeves, PetitBleu, Capt. Hodge 

3 l 1 1J L Stalker 10 Luther, Keziah, Jason 

2 2 10 2® Lt Lyke 7 King Neptune, Blazonry, Jason 

2 3* 2* C K’sch’m 6 Willdo, Handfull, Blue Rock 

By Meelick — Meadow (T. B. Waters). 

4 3 4 3 2 i H Ham’t'n 5 Kenward, S.Bridge, T’nksgiving 

6 2’1 l”b H Ham’t’n 7 BabyCal, P.Connelly, Bogart 

1 l'l 11 J Mooney 10 P. G. King Dalwood. Marianao 

5 31 3* J Mooney 12 Hono.Boy, J. Hurie, B.ofl’hoeuix 

7 6 2 5 3 3 C Brown 11 Romeo, Ettalie, Thistle Green 

5 4 4 3*1 G W' Car’lll Ettahe, Langden, Mar Tom 

7 6J 6 7 G Mo!es'thl4 Kenward, Paula V., Say 

5 4£ 2" k J Rod’g'ezl2 T. as Steel, Liberator, Kenward 

9 9 91* H Steams 9 Scarpia II., Bathilde, Ermitana 

10 10 10 2 * H Steams 10 Bathilde, Scarpia II., Ina Kay 

6 3b 3®1 H Steams 10 Blaise, Sabretash, Lady Small 

By Alvescot — Bashford Belle (C. R. Anderson). 

6 6 10 6*3 H Ham’t’n 8 Nominee, Sayonarra, H.C.Basch 

1 l 1 ! 11 C Brown 5 S.’s Bridge, Leta, Thanksgiving 

4 4 4 4»1 N Barrett 11 Lucky R., Kebo, Mary H. 

6 5 2 11 N Barrett 14 Paula V.,, Say, Sen. Broderick 

1 lb 2 l l N Barrett 10 S. Stalwart. B.Rock, Dahabiuhll. 

8 6 2 41 J Mooney 12 True as Steel, Leta, Liberator 

4 5 1 ! 5*3 C K'sch’m 10 Ina Kay, Padua, Fr.Shannon 

9 8 2 8 21 J Rod’g’ez 9 Pepper, Gal. Lad, Lady Luxury 

7 7 1 7 11 C K’sch’ml2 Mer.Lass, OpheliaW., T.asSteel 

9 61 6 12 E Gentry 12 H.B’goyne, S. Oliver. B.W’liams 

7 7 7* 1 M Gamer 7 Marasmus, Kama, Ollie Martin 

By Samson — Flower (T. F. Bomman). 

7 7 7 24 C Brown 7 Baby Cal, Eulogy. Hondo 

2 21 3 2 A Collins 14 Hon. Boy, S’t’s Bridge, J. Hurie 

1 11 In A Collins G Pr’gressive, Luther, S. Stalwart 

1 2 2 2* M Rowan 11 S.’sBridge, Dahabiah II., Hondo 

5 31 1® A Collins 12 Th. Green, J.Wakely. F.ofSteel 

2 21 3J A Collins 14 G. Roberts, Brando, J.A.S’ridan 

11 11® 9* W Gourleyl2 Lucky R., Black Broom, Mose 

6 5 10 5® W Gourley 0 PaulC’nnelly, Ear. Sight. Camba 

4 4 4* 1 W Gourley 4 C’terblast, Kultur. W.o’Wisdom 



40808 Jef’son 
39410 Cheyenne 
39305 Cheyenne 



1 1:45 good 9 
1 1:41 fast 17 
1 1:47 hvy 8 



39250 Chevenne. 61 f l:08%fast 17 



40863 F.G’nds 
407S0 Jef’son 



41508 F.G’nds 
41438 F.G’nds 
41418 F.G’nds 



39057 Reno 1 l:40%fast 4 

39013 Reno 1 l:41%fast 5 

GRUMPY, h. g. 7 
41741 Oakl’wn 1 3-16 2:00 fast 11-5 
41662 Oakl’wn 1 1-16 1:49 slow 4 
41509 F.G'nds lm70y l:46%good 31 
41457 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:53%mud 18-5 : 
41134 F.G’nds 1 1-4 2:19%hvy 8 

41100 F.G’nds 1 1-1 2:16%hvy 6 

41085 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:53%hvy 7 
41022 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:54%hvy 9-5 : 
40915 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:57%hvy 9-5 : 
40863 F.G’nds 1 1-4 2:14y 5 hvy 9-5 

40780 Jef’son . 1 l:47%good 11-5 

LETA. ch, f, 4 

41708 Oakl’wn 1 1-8 1:54 fast 3 
41649 Oakl’wn 1 1-1G 1 :49 good 18-5 
41543 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:47%fast 31 
41508 F.G’nds 1 1-8 l:5o7sgood 41 
41438 F.G’nds 51 f 1:09 hvy 8 
41418 F.G’nds 51 t l:13%hvy 31 
41338 F.G’nds lm70y l:46%fast 4 
41274 F.G’nds 51 f l:08%fast 8 
41209 F.G’nds 61 f l:10%hvy 20 
41137 F.G’nds 61 f 1:10 hvy 12 
40927 F.G’nds 61 f l:09%hvy 12 
KENWARD, ch. h, 5 
41739 Oakl’wn lm70y l:45%fast 6 
41708 Oakl’wn 1 1-8 1:54 fast 7 
41442 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1:52 hvy 6 
41338 F.G’nds lm70y l:46%fast 9-5 
41312 F.G’nds 11-16 1:52 hvy 10 
41274 F.G’nds 51 f l:08%fast 8 
41255 F.G’nds 51 f 1:09 good 7 
41084 F.G’nds 61 f 1:11 hvy 40 
41050 F.G’nds 51 f l:08%good 6 
40971 F.G’hds 51 f l:0C%fast 5 
406S1 Jef’son 51 f l:09%hvy 10 
PHILISTINE, ch. g, 6 
41777 Oakl’wn 1 l:42%slow 7 
41530 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1:18 fast 4 
41497 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1:52 hvy 41 
41358 F.G’nds 1 1-16 l:48%fast 6 
41295 F.G’nds lm70y 1:47 fast 4 1 

41278 F.G’nds 1 1-16 1 :49%f ast 16-5 
40609 Jef’son 1 1:43 good 12 

40677 Jef’son 3-4 1:19 slow 30 
40545 Jef’son 3-4 l:21%hvy 40 



41274 F.G’nds 
41255 F.G’nds 
41084 F.G’nds 
41050 F.G’nds 
40971 F.G’hds 
40681 Jef’son 



Havana Entries and Past Performances for Monday, March 31. 

WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK EAST. 

o -o 

The figures under the heading “Rec.” in the Ind. Horse. Wt. Rec. A 

entries below show the best time of each horse 41769 2 Miss Procter 103 1:07 

at the distance since January 1, 1917, no matter 4 1 7H9 3 f Terrible Miss 108 1:07% 

where it finished. In cases where- record wa3 4 1702 3 Prince Direct 110 1:07% 

made on other than a fast or good track, abbre- 41702 El Coronel lot; 1:07% 

viations show track conditions. 41793 Grace 108 1:07% 

o o 41792 2 Mike Dixon 110 1:07%, 

„ „„ . , . . „ . fB. Moran and W. W. Darden entry. 

(Racing starts at 2:30 p. m. (Chicago time 2.00.) . worked f ist 

® Superior mud runner. X Good mud runner. UuKL Jolin 1,as ^ OIkp d la. t. 

•%. Fair mud runner. (M) Maidens. • Apprentice Fourth Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs, 

allowance. . 3-year-olds and upward. Claiming 

First Race— 3-4 Mile. (Track record: Jan. 24, 1917—1:03%—.- 

3-vear-olds and upward. Claiming. (41743) KORAN 10311:08%, 4 

(Track record: Dec. 8, 1915 — 1:11% — 4—111.) (41700) Storm Bound 108 1:07% I 



Duke Jolin lias worked fast. 

Fourth Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

3-year-olds and upward. Claiming. 



Ind. 


Horse. 


Wt. Rec. 


A.Wt.Han. 


41756 2 * 


Miss Wright 


. 9811:13 


4 104.. 725 


41791- 


Golden Chance 


.106 1:13% 


5 109X720 


41 744-’ 


Ralph S 


.113 1:13% 


6 114. .715 


41791* 


Gaffney Girl (Ml. 


.107 1:14%, 


4 104. .710 


41756 


Flying Dart 


. 97 1:17% 


4 109X710 


41779 


Pajaroitn II 


.106 1:13% 


8 114. .710 


41613 


A1 Hudson 


.111 1:13% 


5 114. .710 


41744= 


Past Master (M) 


.113 1:14% 


6 114.. 705 


41 808'- 


Visible 


.107 1:14% 


10 114X705 


41791 


The Grader 


.114 1:14% 


9 114®700 


41805 


Quick 


.113 1:14':-, 


9 114X700 


41813 


Billy Joe 


.111 1:13% 


7 11 4® 700 



(Track 


record: Jan. 24, 


1917 


-1:05% 


_ r, 


-102.) 


(417431 


KORAN 


. . 103 


1:08% 


4 


106 #725 


(41700) 


Storm Bound . . . 


.106 


1 :07% 


4 


106 X 715 


41780 


Encore 


.105 


1:07 


7 


111X715 


41767 


Wheat Cakes . . . 


. .106 


1 :06% 


4 


106. .710 


41745 


Runice 


.110 


1 :07 


9 


112X71* 


41780 


Sentimental 


.100 


1 :07% 


3 


95X705 


41745 


Rlanchita 


. .109 


1 :07% 


<; 


112X705 


(41779) 


Vignola 


..110 


1:07% 


7 


109 x 700 


41665 


Leoma 


.106 


1 :09%s 


10 


114X700 


Koran 


should win easily 


on the form 


of 


his last 



At the weights. Miss Wright should win. 
Second Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 
3-year-olds and upward. Claiming. 
(Track record: Jan. 24, 1917 — 1:05% — 5 — 102.) 



Fifth Race— 3-4 Mile. 
3-year-olds and upward. Claiming. 
(Track record: Dec. 28, 1915— 1:11%— 4- 

(41803) Senator James ...114 1:12% 9 1 

41708 3 * Violet 110 1:12% 0 1 

41740* Sky Man 102 1:14% 3 

(41781)* Lola 101 1:12% 0 1 



41803 3 Manganese 



4 100X725 
4 99 . . 720 

« 105X715 



(41755)* Prince Ronero 108 1:08 4 100 X 725 

41743 3 * High Olympus ... 4 99.. 720 

41701 Cardome 112 1:07% 0 105x715 

41712 Closer 115 1:07% 10 111X715 

41779= Syrian 110 1:08% 7 U4(gl715 

41099* Tolerance 97 1:08 4 101X710 

41743 Assessor 1111:09% 9 100.. 710 

41808 Conowingo 100 1:08%, 5 109 X 705 

41779 Rey Ennis 100 1:07% 5 111.. 705 

41809 Miss Burgomaster. .108 1:08% 4 102X700 

Prince Bonero is in good form. 

Third Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

3-year-olds. Allowances. 

(Track record: Jan. 24, 1917 — 1:05% — 5 — 102.) 

Duke John, b. c, 
by Ivan the Ter- 
rible — Lassie .... 108 

4 1702 2 t Corson 108 1:06% 110x725 

41702 3 Comfort 105 1:07% 107.. 720 



..121 1:13 

41781 Driffield 114 1:13% 5 

41078 Presumption 107 1:13 10 

41780 Brown Prince .112 1:13 7 

41803 Bevelry James 112 1:13 7 

Senator James is in excellent form. 

Sixth Race — 1 Mile and 50 Yards 
3-yenr-olds and upward. Claiming. 
(Track record: March 6, 1918—1:41 — -3- 

(41783)* Kingfisher 104 1:43% 5 

41805 2 * London Girl 101 1:43% 7 

41771 Vocabulary 4 

41782 2 Dalrose 104 1:44% 4 

41771 Sevillian 107 1:42% 0 

41783 Beauty Shop 107 1:45 0 

41806 Cork 107 1:45 4 

41803 Kicking Kid 99 l:40%s 4 

41720 Robert I®. Owen ..103 1:43 % 4 

41805* Oenonthera (M) .. 4 

41779 Lantana 99 1:44 % 5 

Kingfisher should wiu again. 



..115 1:07% 10 111X715 

...116 1:08% 7 114®715 

. . 97 1:08 4 101X710 

...1111:09% 9 100.. 710 

...100 1:08%, 5 109 X 705 

...100 1:07% 5 111.. 705 

p. .108 1:08% 4 102X700 



- 111 .) 
120 #725 
102 #720 
97 #71 5 
108X715 
115X715 
112X710 
109 #705 
109 X 700 
112X700 



HAVANA JOCKEY PKKO'EN T AG ES. 





From 


January 


1, 


IStlS 


to 


31 arch 27, 


1919, Inclusive. 








Jockey. 


P.C. 


At or 
Under 
Wt. 


Mts. 


1st. 


2d. 


3d. 


Jockey. 


P.C. 


At or 
Under 
Wt. 


Jits. 


1st. 


2d. 


3d. 


Murray, T. 


19 


99 


302 


57 


30 


34 


Frach, .1. 


07 


107 


1 22 


s 


8 


13 


Howard, J. 


16 


106 




117 


84 


84 


Lang. W. 


06 


101 


167 


10 


17 


14 


Dominick. J. 


16 


107 


281 


41 


37 


SO 


Davies, It. 


06 


102 


173 


10 


9 


19 

3 


Pickens. A. . 


14 


105 


368 


;>3 


58 


45 


lines, R. 


0)5 


111 


18 


l 


3 


Fator, L. ... 


14 


102 


80 


ii 


11 


12 


Ryan, R. 


05 


14M! 


80 


4 


12 


11 


Thurber, H. 


13 


103 


560 


75 


76 


78 


Morrissey. 


W 05 


106 


65 


3 


3 


3 


Pitz, J 


13 


104 


415 


56 


50 


44 


Petz. J. C. 


04 


107 


96 


4 


.5 


8 


Maher. .1. .. 


13 


101 


31 


4 


7 


4 


Dwyer, .1. 


04 


104 


78 


3 


4 


5 


Finley, A. . . 


12 


103 


•jr* 


3 

IS 


3 


1! 


Dishmoii, 


’ 02 


105 


167 


4 


14 


11 


Burke, .1. H. 


... .11 


101 


164 


13 


20 


Ball. R. . . 




103 


411 


42 


36 


43 


\\ ida, S. ... 


11 


88 


71 


s 

G 


3 


12 


Anderson, 


M 


103 


33 


0 


3 


4 


Woods. L. . 


11 


&:» 


r»:» 


3 


5 


White. C. 




10-1 


2G 


0 


l\ 


4 


Gray. ('. ... 


11 


IDS 


if 


1 


1 


i 


Franklin. 


I> 


!»'» 


21 


o 


2 


1 


Wingfield, R. 


... .10 


109 


245 


24 


24 


19 


Moore, R. 






36 


0 


i 




Hileman. E. 


10 


111 


154 


16 


13 


18 


Garcia. A. 




106 


1 


0 


0 




Boland. D. . 


09 


110 


170 


15 


16 


26 


Kreger. A 




100 


2 


O 


0 


0 


Dawson, J. . 
Uargaa, W. 


08 


104 


106 


8 


5 


8 


Stack. G. 




loo 


i 


0 


0 


0 


07 


111 


VtQ 


to 


u 


55 


Wifcoa, J{ 





104 


8 


0 


0 


0 




Monday, March 31, 1919 



DAILY RACING FORM 



5 



► 



FIRST RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Claiming-. (Dec. 28, 1915—1:11% — 4 — 111.) 



Index Course Dist TimeT’ckOdds 
MISS WRIGHT, b. f, 4 

41 75ti Havana 51 f l:07 : K,fast 8-5 



4139S Havana 
41341 Havana 
4123(1 Havana 
41115 Havana 
41078 Ha \ ana 
41011 Havana 
40967 Havana 
386X6 Latonia 
38531 Douglas 



6* f l:06%fast 
3-4 l:18%hvy 3 
51 f l:10%mud 5 
5* f 1 :07%f ast 4 
55 f l:06%fast 4 
5} f 1 :10 a -,slow 4-5 
5* f 1:11 siow 2 
3-4 1 :13%fast 2:1-10 
3-4 1:13 fast 61 



GOT.DEN CHANCE, b. g, 5 



41791 Havana 
416X9 Havana 
41650 Havana 
41625 Havana 
41488 Havana 
41445 Havana 



3-4 1 :16 2 r .hvy 
5* f 1:081 sfast 
5* f 1 :08 fast 
3-4 l:14%fast 
3-4 l:18%hvy 
3-4 1:14 fast 



Wt St % % 

104 
108 2 
101 10 
104* 4 

100 3 
98* 6 

105 9 
100 2 

101 5 

102 6 
98* 3 

109 

4 



41342 Havana lm50y l:53%hvy 



41260 Havana 3-4 1:21 hvy 

41103 Havana 3-4 1:13 fast 

41029 Havana 6* f l:07%fast 

40933 Havana 3-4 1:26 hvy 

RALPH S.. b. g, 6 
41744 Havana 3-4 1 :13%fast 15 
41723 Havana 5* f 1 :00"-,fast 8 
41700 Havana 3-4 l:13%fast 6 

41617 Havana 1 1-16 l:48%fast 2* 
41427 Havana 3-4 1:13 fast 4 

41364 Havana lm50y 1:46 good 3 
41191 Havana lm20y 1 :42 fast 2 



41112 Havana 
41077 Havana 
41010 Havana 
40722 Havana 
40709 Havana 
FLYING DART 
•11756 Havana 
40944 Havana 
4091S Havana 
40883 Havana 
40866 Havana 
40825 Havana 
40793 Havana 
40771 Havana 
40720 Havana 
40024 Laurel 



1 1 :40%fast 4 
3-4 l:13%fast 5 
3-4 1:18 slow 10 
3-4 1:23 hvy 6-5 
6* f l:19%hvy 10 
b. f, 4 

5* f 1 :07%fast 20 
5* f 1:21 hvy 7-5 
5* f l:12%hvy 6 
5-8 l:ll%hvy 8 
3-4 1 :16'/ogood 10 
6* f 1:16 hvy 5 
3-4 1 :25%hvy 10 

3-4 1:23 hvy 12 
5-8 l:07%hvy 20 
1 1:42 fast 8f 
59836 H.dcG’ce lm70yl :41%good 17f 
39608 Tim'ium Ab6*f 1:25 hvy — 
29577 Tim'ium Ab6*f l:21%fast — 
GAFFNEY GIRL, ch. f, 4 (M) 



109 

108 9 
103 6 

109 6 

101 5 

102 9 
104* 6 

103 2 

100 4 
108 5 

102 3 
114 
113 3 

110 6 

111 7 
107 4 

107 4 

104 4 

103 6 

108 5 
113 10 
106 2 
110 6 

112 2 

109 

105 6 
112 3 
108 2 

101 7 
97 7 

100 4 

110 6 

101 8 
108 6 
109 7 
103 6 



7* 8“ W Lang 
3‘ 3'< W Lang 
2* 2'* W Lang 

10>i 9 n j j}rever 



9 4 8«J W Doyle 
6 3 5“j A Lang 
2'J 2>J W Lang 
4* 4*| Q Preece 



98 Pulled 
107 

104 



417111 


1 lavana 


3-4 1 :16%hvy 


8-5 


104 


1 


3 


416V9 


1 lavana 


5* f l:08%fast 


5 


103 10 


8 


41625 


Havana 


3-4 1 :14%fast 


0 


104 11 


11 


41545 


Havana 


3-4 1:14 fast 


4 


107 


1 


7 


41346 


Havana 


5* f l:09%slow 


5 


103 


8 


8 


41330 Havana 


5* f l:ll%mud 


30 


99 


8 


8 


41012 


Havana 


6* f 1:12 slow 


30 


97 


9 


10 


40945 Havana 


5-8 l:13%hvy 


20 


95 


4 


7 


37734 Oakl’wn 


lm70y l:45%fast 


60 


89 10 12 12 



37C15 Oakl'wn 
S7589 Oakl'wn 
FAJAROITA n. 
41779 Havana 
41745 Havana 
41666 Havana 
41614 Havana 
41534 Havana 
41413 Havana 
41359 Havana 
41314 Havana 
41222 Havana 
41169 Havana 
41144 Havana 



3-4 1:13 fast 
3-4 l:15%fast 
, ch. g, 8 
3-4 l:18%slop 
5* f l:07%fast 
3-4 1 :13%fast 
3-4 l:13%fast 
6* f 1:07 fast 
5* f 1 :07 fast 
6* f l:08%good 2 
3-1 l:13%fast 3 
5* f 1 :06%fast 3j 
3-4 1:13 fast 6 
6* f l:07%fast ll 



AL HUDSON, b. g, 5 

41613 Havana 3-4 l:14%fast 



41513 Havana 
41445 Havana 
41359 Havana 
41144 Havana 



3-4 1:14 fast 
3-4 1:14 fast 8 
5* f l:08%good 10 
5* f 1 :07%f ast 12 



37465 Havana lm20y l:40%fast 
37427 Havana 3-4 1:14 fast 
37406 Havana 3-4 l:13%fast 
37383 Havana 3-4 l:12%fast 
37351 Havana 5* f l:0S%fast 
PAST MASTER, blk. g, 6 (M) 
41744 Havana 5 4 1 :13%fast 

41689 Havana 55 f 1 :08%fast 

40170 Empire lm70y l:45%fast 
40161 Empire lm70y 1 :45%fast 
40141 Empire Ab3-4 1 :10%fast 
40099 Jamaica lm70yl :45%fast 
4O029 Jamaica lm70yl :46%fast 
S9998 Jamaica lmTOyl :45%fast 
39863 Aq'duct ll:39%fast 

39787 Aq’duct 1 l:41%slop 

39125 Empire lm70y l:45%fast 
29108 Empire 1 l:42%fast 

VISIBLE, br. g, 10 
41808 Havana 5*fl:07%fast 



41791 Havana 
41755 Havana 
41729 Havana 
41699 Havana 
41518 Havana 
41447 Havana 
41426 Havana 
41261 Havana 
41156 Havana 
41112 Havana 
41077 Havana 
41025 Havana 



3-4 l:16%hvy 
55 f 1:08 fast 
5* f 1 :06%fast 
3-4 l:13%fast 
5* f l:07VXfast 
6-8 1 :03%fast 
3-4 1:14 fast 
3-4 1 :21 hvy 
3-4 l:13%fast 
1 1 :40%fast 
3-4 1 :13%fast 
6* f l:09%slow 



101 8 

99 4 
114 

109 8 
103* 2 

111 -4 

109 2 
110*10 
106* 2 
106* 4 
108 8 
106 1 

113 3 
106* 2 

114 

100 G 

110 7 
102* 5 
102 9 

106 4 

111 4 

112 9 
111 2 
111 4 

107 2 
114 

113 10 

113 2 
103* 3 
T08 6 

114 9 

108 5 
117 1 
107 6 

115 4 
107 8 

113 6 

110 4 

114 
105 G 
114 8 
113 1 
110 11 

111 6 
105 4 
150 



Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish 
By Judge Wright — Abrasion (H. Van Ry). 

2 1 * 2 1 A Pickens S C’scription, Billy Joe, F’einating 
5> 5 4 J J Dreyer 10 Brizz, Wheat Cakes, Waterford 
8 Bulger, AnnieEdgar. KingWorth 
8 Blazeaway, Yorkville. James G. 
8 Walter Mack, Luzzi. ScotcliKiss 

11 8. Susie, Blanchita, J.B. Harrell 

4* 3 3 * T Murray 8 King Tuscan, Bunice, Bianca 
l 4 l 2 J Dreyer 10 Hops, Frascuelo, Geo. Duncan 

6* 7** B Sande 12 Storm Round, Nib. Gtis Seheer 

1* I s E Sande 12 Lit. Princess, Quito, ElizabethH. 

By Zal — Bernaise (H. E. Davis), 

1* L Fator 8 Callaway, Visible. The Grader 

9° 9" R Davies 11 Syrian, CareyMaid, GaffneyGirl 

46 3'5 R Davies 12 Closer, Owana, Sleeper 

6 l 4 3 j R Davies 12 Roekport, Banyan, Syrian 

4* 3 7 W Lang 7 Zn Zu. Clarissa, Callaway 

12 AIHutlson, Rr. Prince, Linkstrap 
7 Artist, O’Malley, Zodiac 

11 Laudator. Artist, Lantana 
. . 12 Fascinating, Ambrose, Timklns 

7» 7i« (j preeceJrll Sis. Susie, Shandon, Pontefract 
4* 4 2 J Q Preece 8 Great Gull, Breeze. Hemlock 
By Frontenac — Idle Fancy (C. E. Brosius). 

2'* 2> A Pickens 12 Hnrlock, PastM'ster, FrogenGlen 
8 1 7 8 } J Pitz 11 Violet, Miss 'Jazbo, J.B. Harrell 
66 6 7 J R Troise 8 Storm Bound. A. Edgar, F. Burke 
3'* 3* H Lunsf'd 10 Zodiac, First Ballot, Daybreak 
6“ 6*J H Lunsf'd 7 Kernan, Lady Jane Grey, Encore 
1* 2 s J Dreyer 8 SolidRock, Nephthys, Rap.Firer 
3 3 3 2 II Buliin’nlO Prettyltaby, Kernan, LittleBuss 

2 4 2 2 H Buiim’nl2 P. to Point, Chemung, Callaway 

7 h 2 s W Kelsay 12 Lindsey, Miss Frances, SamHill 

6 5 9 | R Ryan (! M.’s Beau, Trapping, GuidePost 

4 1 * 4 11 R Ryan 9 Jim. Burns, Artist, CapitalCity 

5* 4 7 * J Dodd 7 Palatable, Dr. Nickell, Quin 
By Sain — Dartle (C. R. Smith), 

8 S 18 R Davies 8 ('’ascription, M. Wright, BillyJoe 

4* 2’J J D’minick (! T.J. Hogan, F.C’wford. Laudator 
1* 1* J D’minickll Br. Prince, PeepAgain, Clarissa 
3’* 3* J II Burke 10 Twinkle Toes, Quick, Cardome 

6 4 6 7 Q Preece 8 Tok. March, P’ntefract. Lantana 

2* 2* Q Preece 7 D.Highwny, Bendlet, PliilUngar 

5 S0 5 14 W Doyle 7 Gr.Gull, Tim. ,T. Hogan, Driffield 

8 8 22 H Bullm’n 8 FrankBurke. G.Gnll, K.Trovato 

6 5 6 13 J D’minick 9 L. Matchmaker, Quin, P.Bonero 
9 8 12 23 D Stirling 12 M.n’tli’Hour, Grouse. D’m’turge 
7h 7<» W Doyle 13 Medusa, Lazy Lou, Zinnia 

J Dawson 6 O. Prince, R’dmaster, Expression 
3 1 J D’minick 7 Camba, Alma B.. Dr. Swords 
By Jim Gaffney — Favena (L. Fuller). 

5 6 1 8 17 T Murray 8 Callaway. Gold. Chance, Visible 

8 5 l 3® T Murray 11 Syrian, CareyMaid, PastMaster 

11 6 l 5 3 2 T Murray 12 Kockport, Banyan, Syrian 

5 3 nk 3 3 A H Lunsf’d 10 Rap. Firer, W. Master, Ambrose 

7 7‘* 7 ls H Lunsf’d 11 James G., Rlmdames, Callaway 

6 6>* 5 11 T Murray 11 Fick.Fancy, Pliedodcn, Driffield 

10 10 10 12 T Murray 10 Will Soon. Bev.James, Scabbard 

8 8 8 29 L Woods 8 Royal Favorite, Khaki, Cork 

11 ll 2 11» 4 H Erieks’nl2 Sir Dyke, Great Dolly, Sinai 

9 9 2 9 15 S Sn’dmanlO Onico, Green Grass, Mary’sBeau 
10 10 5 Id 13 S Sneidm’nl2 Van. Welles. Haseen, ParlorMaid 

By Bel del Sierras — Aunt Bird (T. Goulding). 

Pulled up. J Frach 8 Vignola. Syrian. Lackrose 
6 7 nk 8 4 2 J Frach 11 Senator Janies, Encore, Lindsey 
3 1 4 2 J Frach 10 Luzzi, Lola, James G. 

8 8 14 J Pitz 8 Manganese, Sen. James, S. Queen 

7 h 7 7 * D Boland 12 Presumption, Kernan, Mangan’se 
4* 31 T Nolan 7 Twenty Seven, James G., Luzzi 

10 Prince Bonero, High Low, Colle 

11 Sam Hill, LadyJ.Grey, F. Ballot 
11 Manganese, Frozen Glen, Servia 

10 Circulate, Fascinating, James 

11 Bev. James. Frascuelo, BoyBlue 
By Santry — Mirfield (J. Garwood), 

2* 5 2 2 R Ball 11 Encore, LadyJ.Grey, Miss Jazbo 
75 gaj t Murray 9 Chemung, L.JaneGrey, Lackrose 
lh ink r Ball 12 Br. Prince, Linkstrap, Phoneta 
8* 6 8 Q Preece 10 Paj’oitalL, P.Bonero, HighLow 
7 s 7 7 1 J G Petz 11 Bev. James, Frascuelo, BoyBlue 
2* 6 l ° W Crump 9 Bierman, Tippo Sahib, Roy 
4 l 1* W Crump 10 N. Walcutt, PinTray, BlueRacer 
4 4 3 2 | W Crump 8 Miss Jazbo, Katahdin, Rhyme 
7 4 6‘“ B Kleeger 10 High. Lassie, Katahdin. Col. Matt 
14 h w Crump 12 Brobeek, Peeper, Bill Wiley 
By Waterboy*— Yvonette (G. Sully). • 

4 3 3 4 D Boland 12 Harloek, Ralph S., Frozen Glen 
7 1 4 r, l D Boland 11 Syrian, CareyMaid, GaffneyGirl 
6 25 A McD’ott 5 S’dragonll., N.S’plex, Combine 
5 12 A Schu’g’r 0 Everest, Orderly, Jack Mount 
8«® A " • - - - 



l'i 1* 

91 8*1 



T Nolan 
9* 8** R Troise 
3* 2* *T Nolan 
2‘* 3 6 * T Nolan 
36 6 s * T Nolan 



5 

6 
7> 

6 s 5 18 A 
4* 6 11 A 
1* 2 2 A 
2>* 2« T 
7 2 6 14 A 
6 3 6 18 G Walls 
3 1 * 5 11 G Walls 



THE GRADER, b. g. 9 

41791 Havana 5-4 l:16%hvy 



5-4 l:14'/ 5 fast 
55 f l:09 1 /oSlow 7 
5-8 1 :03%fast 6 
3-4 1 :14 good 30 
6* f 1:14 hvy 5 
3-4 1 :18 hvy 4 
3-4 1 :13 fast 6 
5* f 1 :08%good 8 
3-4 1:22 hvy 15 



41625 Havana 
41499 Havana 
41447 Havana 
41562 Havana 
41267 Havana 
41249 Havana 
41103 Havana 
41045 Havana 
40998 Havana 
QUICK, b. g, 9 

41X05 Havana lm2fly l:42%good 20 
41755 Havana 5i f 1:08 last 10 
41732 Havana 1 1:40 fast 20 
1 1:41 fast 20 
3-4 1 :14%f ast 6 
6* f l:09%slow 4 
41376 Havana ImaOy 1 :44%fast 15 
41328 Havana 3^ l:17%mud 5 
41261 Havana 3-4 1:21 hvy 3 
41239 Havana lm20y 1 :51%mud 8 
41191 Havana lm20y 1 :42 fast 15 
40951 Havana 6-8 1:10 hvy 
BILLY JOE. ch. g, 7 

1 1 :ll>r, fast 3 
55 f 1 :07%fast 5 
3-4 1:13 fast 8 
55 f l:07%fast 30 
5* f 1 :09%slow 10 
5* f l:ll%hvy 5 
3-4 l:19%hvy 
3-4 l:26%hvy 



41714 Havana 
41512 Havana 
41499 Havana 



41X15 Havana 
41756 Havana 
41677 Havana 
41651 Havana 
41500 Havana 
41474 Havana 
41262 Havana 
40948 Havana 



107 8 
107 7 
107 9 
113 8 

113 9 

105 6 

114 
114 6 

106 10 
1C) 8 
154 8 
111 7 
104 4 
110 8 

110 7 
109 1 

111 1 
114 
113 5 
113 6 

no 



8-5 



7 

7 

8 
8 

6 

106 2 8 

104 7 10 10 

118 8 7 

2 3 



113 8 8 
115 2 



40X89 Havana lm50y 2:01%hvy 
40816 Havana 5* f l:18%hvy 
407X5 Havana 3-4 1:20 hvy 

40711 Havana 6* f 1:19 hvy 



107 
103* 2 
103* 5 

108 6 

114 

103 5 
113 4 
109 
lit 
102 

104 
111 

109 
108 

115 

110 

no 



McD’ottll StinnylHiid, B. McCloy, Santiago 
Schu’g’r (» P.toPeint, Santiago, P.andCalls 
Schu’g’r 8 Bet, Point to Point, Santiago 
Schu’g’r 9 Mad. Curie, J. Mount, P.andCalls 
Rice 8 Alibi, Bright Angel, First Troop 
Schu’g’r 9 Poacher, Jack Mount, B. Peddler 
" 7 H.S.Home, L’Infirm’r, K’gfisher 

14 Dragoon, Sungold, Thrift 
By Prospero— Conspicuous (J. C. Boggess), 

5 4* 2 2 J Frach 10 Quin, Owana, Frozen Glen 

4 4‘ 3 4 J D Boland X Callaway, G. Chance, T. Grader 

3 3’* 2* D Boland 8 P’ceBonero, Linkstrap, M. Dooley 

10 10 3 10’° W Garganll Violet, MissJazbo, J. B. Harrell 

3 6 2 7 8 3 R Wingf’dlO L.Iamgden, R’daines, W. Master 

8 6 2 4* H Bullmanl2 Jojain, Closer, Shasta 

1 2* 3 2 * Lt C P’val 9 Galaway, D’ckhand, D. Highway 

7 9 l 9 3 J L Fator 12 Lantana, Miss Frances, Barton 

6 6 18 6 31 H Thurber 7 Quick, Sam Hill, Milestone 

5 5 1 7 3 | D Stirling 12 BrownP’nce, Closer, PeepAgain 

10 12 12 22 D Stirling 12 P. to Point, Ralph S., Chemung 

4 6 2 8 10 J Dreyer 12 Lindsey, Ralfh S., MissFrances 

6 3 1 * 3 5 * A Pickens 9 Lackrose, Servia, Lantana 

Bv Orlando— My Fair Kentucky (J. San Martin). 

2 2* 4 * J J Frach X Callaway. Gold. Chance, Visible 

9 10“ k 8 9 J D Fr'nklnl2 Kockport. Banyan, Syrian 

6 5 7 * 5 4 * D Fr’nklin 8 Deckhand, Cardome, Hazelnut 

8 8 3 “ 8' 3 Lt ES’din’s 9 Galaway, Deckhand, Visible 

9 9 9"3 R Ball 9 Jeffery, Sen. Janies, LuekyPearl 

2 1* I" T Nolan 10 Scabbard. UT.-Tliree, C’owingo 

4 4 2 3* H Jeffcott 9 Geo. Duncan, Zu Zu, RapidFirer 

6 6 1 7 10 H Jeffcott 12 Fascinating, Ambrose, Timkins 

9 6 3 4'3 J Dreyer 12 Phil Ungar, Geo.Duncan, Colors 

1 3 1 2>* D Stirling 9 PhilUngar, L.J.Grey, B’lingame 

By Conjurer — Fanny Wilson (W. Higginbotham). 

7 7 3 7 14 T Murray 12 Gr.Gull, Lmilnn Girl, Schemer 

7 6 1 6 r >3 W Gargan 8 I’rinceKoncro, Visible, Linkstrap 

9 8 1 7 11 J G Petz 11 S.McM’kin, L’krose, Tok. March 

8 8 8 8 3 W Gargan 8 Kockport, J. Schas, Capt.M’mont 

6 6 s 5 5 J W Gargan 8 L. James, W. Thyme, Conowingo 
8 7* 8 7 J T Murray 8 Deckhand, Cardome, Hazelnut 

10 10 3 10 11 T Mu r r a y H Artist, Dalrose. El Plaudit 

6 5* 6 14 H Lunsf’d 8 Lola, Hands Off, Merry Jubilee 

3 2 2 l 3 * T Murray 7 Sam Hill, Milestone, Callaway 

1 3* 3 s R Davies 8 Corydon, Daybreak, O’Malley 

8 9 1 9 29 R Davies 10 Pretty Baby, Kernan, Ralph 8. 

8 Bled. W Kelsay 8 Cork. Will Soon, Victrola 
By Russell — Ethel T. (L. Cochran). 

2 8 X' 7 .) pit;! 8 M. Murray, Sam Hill, Wli. Crown 

4 3" k 3 3 J Pitz 8 C’cription, M. Wright, F’einating 

8 6 3 5 4 J Pitz 11 Blanchita, Br. Prince, Iron Bov 

7 5 3 4 3 J D Boland 8 Mae Murray, Violet, Ros. Goose 

7 7 T"h R Davies 7 Petlar, Leoina, Waterford 

5 5 s 5 5 j R Davies 7 K. Worth, JamesG., Storm Bound 

8 8 4 8 19 W GarganlO Hemlock, Bulger, Corydon 

4 6 4 6* J Dreyer 8 Bulger, Att’yMnir, Tippo Sahib 

6 6 30 6 33 .1 H Burke 7 Unar, Austral. St. Jude 

4 4* 6 21 W Doyle 7 Miss Gove, Leoma, Palatable 

6 4 3 2 2 J Howard 7 Ft. Bliss, Unar, L. Matclimaker 

4 3 s 3* W Doyle 6 Fort Bliss, Brown Baby, Unar 



SECOND RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 3-year-olds and upward. Claiming. (Jan. 24, 1917 — 1:05% 5 



102 .) 

PRINCE BONERO, ch. g, 4 



41755 Ilatana 
41359 Havana 
41502 Havana 
4L::r. Havana 
41013 Havana" 
40953 Havana 
40932 Havana 
40S7S Havana 
40X02 Havana 
40720 Havana 
40661 Havana 
40611 Havana 



f 1 :05 fast 
5* f 1 :0S%good 
55 f 1 :09%good 
5i f 1 :12 mud 
5i t l^lVisiow 
5-8 1 :08%hvy 
5-8 1:11 %hvy 
51 f l:17%hvy 
5-8 l:12%hvy 
5-8 1 :07 2 >.hvy 
51 f 1 :13%hvy 
51 f l:07%fast 



HIGH OLYMPUS, ch. g, 4 

41743 Havana 3-4 l:134sfast 
416XX Havana 3-4 l:12%fast 
40653 Havana 61 f 1 :077 5 fast 
40153 Empire lm70y l:464sfast 
39998 Jamaica lm70yl :45%fast 
39X65 Aq’duct 1 6-16 2:13Mifast 
35650 Aq’duct 5-8 l:01%slow 
35581 Aq'duct 3-4 l:14%fast 
35414 Belmont 6* f Ft l:06%fast 
33535 Belmont 6-8 st l:02%fast 
39571 Belmont 1 1 :41Vsgood 
37633 Oakl’wn 3-4 1:15 good 
83288 Belmont 4} f st 63 fast 
S34X0 Belmont 6-8 st 69%fast 
CARDOME. ch. m, 6 
liTol Havana 51 f 1 :06%fast 
4140 Havana 51 f 1 :09%slow 



41412 Havana 
41267 Havana 
41204 Havana 
41023 Havana 
40946 Havana 
40913 Havana 
40883 Havana 
40825 Havana 
40802 Havana 



51 f 1 :06%fast 
51 f 1:14 hvy 
51 f 1 :06 fast 
61 f 1 :10%slow 
5-3 1 :ll%hvy 
51 f 1 :12%hvy 
5-8 l:ll%hvy 
5* f 1:14 hvy 
5-8 l:12%hvy 



39605 Tim'ium Ab61f 1:25 hvy 
CLOSER ch. g, 10 

" 51 f 1 :06%fast 



106 

108 

101 

101 

j <)6 

107 



41712 Havana 
41650 Havana 
41518 Havana 
41447 Havana 
41222 Havana 
41156 Havana 
41105 Havana 
41023 Havana 
40999 Havana 

lOftfii Havana 



106 7 
112 6 

104 1 
103 5 
103 6 
100 6 

99 

105 4 
100 1 

103 12 
110 2 11 
110 9 7 
101* 2 4 

95* 7 8 
100 8 

106 9 
110 3 

107 1 
109 5 

109 5 

112 U 

105 

106 4 

104 4 

104 4 
106 6 

113 9 
103 1 

105 7 
106* o 

110 3 
107* 6 

111 4 
113 
111 



6 6 

Pulled 
10 10 

4 4 



8 8 
9 9 
6 6 
1 1 
6 
3 
8 



f 1 :0S fast 
51 f 1 :07*4fast 
5-8 1 : 037-, fast 
5* f 1 :U6 V.fast 
3-4 l:13%fast 
6* f l:07%fast 
6J f 1:104 (.slow 
5-8 l:069ohvy 

5| f l:07%faat 



By Tony Bonero — Lillian E. (W. C. Westmorelanc 

l nii l 2 I. Fator X Visible. Linkstrap, Mr. Donley 
2 1 * 2* J Dreyer 10 Pajaroita II., High Low, Coil 
4* S'- 1 .T Dreyer 12 Frascuelo, Scylla, No Trump? 
4* 4 9 1 D Stirling X B.D’alton, T.J. Hogan, M.Dix 
7 3 6 5 J D’niinicklO Circulate, Enver Bey, Blanchi 
5* 4 2 s .1 Dreyer 8 Hwfa, Lycia, Frank Keogh 

2 4 1* J Dreyer 8 Twinkle Toes, Laudator, Vilej 

l’J 2* J Dreyer 8 But. Boy. Colors, Phil Ungar 

5* 4 3 J R Davies 7 Hops, FraneesCrawford. Kern 
1* 3-'* C Dishm’n 9 L. Matclimaker, Quin, T.Grad 
6 8 6 39 J Dreyer 7 Unar, Glorine, Quin 
os os -yf 9 Ros. Goose. St. Jude, Servia 

By Hastings — Olympia (S. Polk). 

2“ k 3 3 L Fator 12 Koran. Algardi, Assessor 

6 4 3 IS L P'ator 9 U Tw. -Three. Violet, Herder 

up. G PreeceJrl2 Toy Miss, Petlar, Glorine 
6* ll 81 M Rowan 11 Intriguer, Dan. Dude, B.Peddl 

6 3 6** M Buxton 9 M. Curie. Past Master. J.Mou 

4 4 15 R Troise 4 J.W’gfield, B.S’nnon, W’dthru 

6 6 29 W Lang 8 Deckmate, Oenone, StarryBann 

8 8 54 F Stevens 8 Woodtrap, Kama, Murpiiv 

8 1 9 11 J Petz 10 Midnight Sun, Annchen, Drago 

f 1 * L Lykes 9 R. Firer, Woodthrush. Approv 

l l l 1 * L Lykes 5 Producer, Sabretash, Soumang; 

6* 7* 8 J Butwell 9 June Bug, Coral, Game Cock 

6* 6‘® J Butwell 10 Corydon, Stella Mia, Af. Arro 

6* 6°* J Butwell 17 Paganini, Amackassin, Santiag 

By Jack Atkin — Toots Mook (C. Norman). 

8 X 14 J Pitz X James G.. Ixda. Chemung 

l«x 2*1 W Doyle 8 Deckhand, Hazelnut, Syrian 
4 l 3 ,u W Doyle 7 Driffield, King Worth. Ranyar 
8 3 X 8 1 D Stir'ing 10 T.Grader, Scabbard, U.T.-Thr 
8* 7 11 D Stirling 9 Irene. Jeffery, Bonnie Tess 
l 3 l 2 J Dreyer 9 Callaway, Timkins, Br. Prince 
4 l 3 5 * D Stirling 8 Bianca. Lantana, B. Donalton 
2 1 2 4 W Doyle 8 K. Trovato, Bulger, P. Crowl 
Ink i<>} o Stirling 10 Twink. Toes, Quick FlyingDa 
6 18 5 7 i D Stirling 7 Bl.D’lton, B.P’nee, K.ofT.S’leti 

7 7 17 D Stirling 7 Hops, FraneesCrawford, Kern 
6 ,# J D’minick 6 TheophileV., M. Frances, Genet 

Bv Ah* Frank — Burma Bunton (M. H. Horrisoi 
I'allSImt. Br. Prince, WheatC’k 
Owana, Golden Chance, Sleep 
Jojain, Slmsta. Visible 
GalaWa.v. Deikltaiol. Visible 



20 


10s 


t 


4 


4 


fi 2 


S' 2 


M 


Thurber x 


2* 


101 


*1 


2 




Ink 


16 


A 


Pickens 12 


IK 


w 


1 


1 


l* 4 


2* 


A 


Pickens 12 


li 


151 


2 


3 


4 


4' 


5“i 


l.t 


All-via 9 


5 


106 


5 


9 


0 


9 2 


S’-i 


D 


Stirling 11 


4 


105 


2 


2 


2 


2' 


2“ 


H 


Thurberl2 


20 


106 


4 


1 


1 


1* 


2i 


A 


Pickens 12 


« 


no 




» 


9 


9 


9‘® 


E 


Hileman 9 


20 


111 


8 


8 


8 


8i 


9*i 


E 


Hileman 9 




w 


i 


8 


7 


7* 


H 


Jtft’coU Vi 



SYRIAN, b. h, 


, 7 




114 










41779 Havana 


3-4 l:18%slop 


1 


115 


1 




2 


1 


41732 Havana 


1 1:40 fast 


5 


113 


2 


2 


1 


1 


41714 Havana 


1 1:41 fast 


7 


116 


3 


2 


1 


1 


41689 Havana 


5* f l:08%fast 


6-5 


116 


4 




3 


2 


41664 Havana 


3-4 1:13 fast 


7-5 


117 


4 




1 


1 


41625 Havana 


3-4 1 :14%fa st 


2* 


117 


7 




8 


4 


41031 Havana 


3-4 l:14%fast 


7-5 


117 


6 




3 


3 


41499 Havana 


6* f l:09%slow 


8 


106 


1 




2 


2 


41474 Havana 


5* f 1 :ll%hvy 


10 


111 


3 




S 


7 


SS061 Pimlico 


1 l:42%good 4 


108 


1 


1 


1 


3 


36390 Latonia 


1 1-16 l:46%faat 


26-5 


107 


b 


3 


1 


1 


36269 Latonia 


1 1-16 l:49%hvy 


e 


108 


• 


4 


3 


3 


TOLERANCE, 


br. f, 4 




101 










41699 Havana 


3-4 l:13%fast 


8 


106 


7 




6 


8 


41650 Havana 


01 f 1:08 fast 


8 


101 


9 




7 


9 


41260 Havana 


3-4 1:21 hvy 


2* 


104 


9 




8 


9 


41156 Havana 


3-4 l:13%fast 


8 


103 10 




8 


6 


41012 Havana 


51 f 1:12 slow 


10 


104 


4 




7 


7 


40932 Havana 


5-8 1 :ll%hvy 


10 


106 


8 




7 


« 


40839 Havana 


5* f 1:14 hvy 


3 


105 


7 




7 


7 


38311 Jamaica 


3-4 l:15%hvy 


15 


100 


5 




5 


3 


37925 H.deG’ce 


3-4 1 :16%hvy 


7 


91 


6 




fi 


fi 


37897 H.deG’ce 


5-8 1 :02%fast 


3 


105 


9 




9 


6 


ASSESSOR, br 


. g, 9 




106 










41743 Havana 


3-4 1 :13%fast 


15 


113 


1 




4 


4 


41711 Havana 


51 f LOS fast 


8 


in 


4 




3 


2 


41445 Havana 


3-4 1:14 fast 


100 


104* 6 




5 


4 


41373 Havana 


3-4 1:14 fast 


50 


108 


3 




8 


7 


41327 Havana 


3-4 1 :lS%mud 


30 


115 


8 




8 


8 


41302 Havana 


51 f l:09%good 40 


103 11 






11 


41122 Havana 


6* f 1:07 fast 


50 


107 10 




10 


11 


40759 Havana 


5* f 1 :09%fast 


30 


105 


9 




10 


10 


15390 Aq'duct 


1 1-16 l:53%mud 


60 


105 


6 


4 


4 


4 


15255 Aq’duct 


1 1-16 1:53 slow 


40 


105 


4 


5 


t 


fi 


14889 M’lboro 


Ab5-8 1 :02%f ast 


8 


125 










CONOWINGO, 


b. m, 5 




109 










41 SOS Havana 


5* f 1 :<)7 4 f.fast 


5 


109 


1 




3 


6 


41613 Havana 


3-4 l:14%fast 


20 


104 


8 




9 


9 


41512 Havana 


3-4 l:14%fast 


4 


102 


1 




2 


1 


41486 Havana 


51 f l:12%hvy 


2* 


108 






2 


2 



41359 Havana 5* f l:08%good h 98 1 2 3 

41340 Havana 3-4 1:21 hvy 3 103 5 2 3 

41267 Havana 5* f 1:14 hvy 4 100 1 3 3 

41045 Havana 5* f l:08%good 10 111 6 6 7 

41013 Havana 5* ? l:liy 5 slow 15 109 3 3 3 

40947 Havana 5-8 1 :09%hvy 12 105 5 4 3 

40888 Havana 6* f 1:19 hvy 6 ill 1 2 3 

40804 Havana 5* f l:19%hvy 8 109 4 3 3 

REY ENNIS, b. g, 5 111 

41779 Havana 3-4 l:18%slop 3 112 7 7 7 

41745 Havana 5* f l:07%fast 10 108 8 9 10 

41711 Havana 5* f 1:08 fast 3 111 1 6 6 

41445 Havana 3-4 1:14 fast 8 105 3 8 9 

41412 Havana 5* f l:06%fast 4 106* 5 6 7 

37796 Oakl’wn 3-4 l:13%fast 50 111 11 11 10 

37742 Oakl’wn 6* f l:07%fast 6 114 10 10 8 

37602 Oakl’wn 3-4 l:14%fast 50 104 9 9 7 

37540 Oakl’wn 6* f l:07%fast 50 102 10 10 10 

35925 Laurel 3-4 1:15%hvy 80f 96 8 9 10 

32614 H.deG’ce 3-4 l:15%fast 28-5 100 1 6 8 

82688 H.deG'ce 3-4 l:15Vfefast 37-6 97* 6 6 4 



MISS BURGOMASTER, cb. f, 4 102 



41S09 Havana 


5* f 1 :07%fast 


10 


103 


4 




1 


1 


41767 Havana 


5* f l:07%fast 


15 


108 


7 




4 


2 


4C952 Havana 


5-8 l:08%hvy 


4 


102 


3 




1 


3 


40920 Havana 


5* f l:14%hvy 


6 


106 


2 




1 


1 


37853 Bowie 


3-4 l:17%mud 21-10 108 


1 




2 


3 


37804 Bowie 


5* f 1:08 fast 


8-5 


106 


3 




2 


3 


33350 Dorval 


5-8 1 :02%f ast 63-10 110 


7 




6 


6 


33229 Dorval 


5-8 l:03%good 13-5 110 


2 




1 


3 


32610 H.deG’ce 


1-2 48%fast 


19-10 112 


1 






1 


THIRD RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs, 


3-year-olds. 


DUKE JOHN, 


b. c, 3 (M) 




108 










CORSON, ch. 


C, 3 




116 










41702 Havana 


5* f l:06%fast 


6-5 


116 


8 




7 


6 


41654 Havana 


1 1-16 1 :46%fast 


6-5 


9S 


2 


1 


2 


2 


41521 Havana 


1 l:38%fast 


4 


99 


8 


8 


7 


6 


41449 Havana 


5* f 1:06 fast 


2 


99 


7 




7 


< 


41360 Havana 


5* f 1:09 good 3-5 


117 


5 




3 


4 


41269 Havana 


3-4 1:18 hvy 


8-5 


101 


4 




3 


3 


41237 Havana 


3-4 l:19%mud 


2* 


102 


4 




5 


4 


41171 Havana 


6* f 1 :06%f ast 


2* 


108 


6 




fi 


5 


41092 Havana 


5* f l:07%fast 


8-5 


103 


3 




6 


6 


40934 Havana 


£-8 l:10%hvy 


6-5 


103 


1 




2 


fi 


COMFORT, b. 


CO 




107 










41702 Havana 


5* f l:06%fast 


6 


105 


3 




2 


3 


41170 Havana 


51 f l:07%fast 


4 


101 


2 




2 


4 


41092 Havana 


51 f l:07%fast 


8 


98 


4 




3 


3 


40934 Havana 


5-8 l:10%hvy 


3* 


105 


2 




1 


3 


40854 Havana 


5-8 l:03%siow 


7-5 


109 


4 




2 


2 


39560 Belmont 


5-8 st 59 fast 


12 


115 


3 




2 


3 


39155 Empire 


5-8 l:01%fast 


30 


112 


1 




2 


2 


39124 Empire 


5-8 l:01%fast 


12 


112 


1 




2 


2 


38989 Aq'duct 


5-8 58%fast 


50 


109 


4 




4 


fi 


38409 Belmont 


4if st 65%slop 


10 


110 


6 






2 


38290 Jamaica 


5-8 1:02 good 4 


111 


7 




4 


3 


MISS PROCTER, ch. f, 3 




108 










41769 Havana 


1 l:40%fast 


5 


102* 1 


1 


1 


1 


41663 Havana 


5* f 1:06 fast 


5 


103 


6 




6 


6 


41626 Havana 


51 f l:08%fast 


5 


103 


7 




6 


6 


41533 Havana 


5* f l:07%fast 


2 


102* 5 




6 


< 


41498 Havana 


3-4 l:16%slow 


21 


112 


3 




2 


2 



41459 Havana 5* f l:06%fast 7 87 3 6 7 

41360 Havana 5* f 1:09 good 20 105 2 5 3 

41326 Havana 5-8 1:04 mud 10 101 9 5 7 

38465 Douglas 5-8 l:00%fast 43 101 6 11 

38249 Church’ 1 4* f 55 fast 7 107 7 6 

38201 Church’ 1 4* f 64%fast 31-10 108 3 3 



TERRIBLE MISS, cb. f, 3 107 



41769 Havana 


1 l:40%fast 


4 


96 


6 


5 


4 


3 


41702 Havana 


5* f l:06%fast 


6-5 


iOS 


9 




9 


7 


41630 Havana 


1 l:41%fast 


2 


103 


7 


6 


4 


3 


41387 Havana 


5* f l:07%fast 


8 


87 


9 




8 


9 


41187 Havana 


5* f 1:06 fast 


2 


98 


C 




fi 


6 


41155 Havana 


5i f l:08%fast 


4 


114 


6 




4 


4 


41123 Havana 


3-4 l:13%fast 


4 


103 


9 




8 


7 


41076 Havana 


5-8 1:01 fast 


20 


110 


7 




7 


10 


*1011 Havana 


3-4 l:17%slow 


7 


86 


3 




4 


6 


40954 Havana 


6* f l:16%hvy 


20 


95 


8 




7 


7 


40851 Havana 


5* f 1:13 slow 


3 


114 


2 




3 


3 


PRINCE DIRECT, b. g, 3 

41792 Havana 5* f l:09%hvy 


2'. 


109 

105 


3 




4 


0 


41769 Havana 


1 l:40%fast 


20 


105 


7 


7 


7 


7 


41702 Havana 


5* f l:06%fast 


20 


110 


2 




8 


9 


41615 Havana 


5* f 1 :07%fast 


20 


94 


9 




8 


8 


41532 Havana 


3-4 1 :13%fast 


20 


93 10 




10 


10 


41485 Havana 


6* f 1:13 hvy 


2* 


114 


7 




6 


1 


41374 Havana 


5* f l:07%fast 


8 


108 


6 




10 


8 


41339 Havana 


6* f 1:13 hvy 


15 


106 


S 




1 


1 


41183 Havana 


6* f l:07%fast 


15 


105 


7 




7 


8 


41102 Havana 


3-4 l:13%fast 


30 


111 


3 




6 


> 


39059 Reno 
38966 Reno 
EL CORONEL, 

41702 Havana 


1-2 49%fast 
1-2 48%fast 
b. g, 3 

5* f l:06%fast 


5* 

5 

2 


108 

112 

109 

110 


4 






8 


41203 Havana 


3-4 l:12%fast 


2 


104* 


l 




2 


1 


41170 Havana 


5* f l:07%fast 


2* 


106 


8 




7 


5 


41064 Havana 


5-8 l:00 : ;-,fast 


8 


106 


7 




6 


5 


40634 Havana 


5* f l:08%fast 


15 


109 


3 




1 


2 


40009 Chureh’l 


3-4 1:15 fast 


4 


109 


1 




4 


4 


39790 Lex' ton 


6* f l:0X%fast 


12f 


109 


3 




8 


4 


3S204 Saratoga 


5-8 59%fast 


30 


109 12 




13 


14 


39149 Empire 


5-8 1:00 fast 


30 


114 


7 




9 


9 


GRACE, ch. f, 

41793 Havana 


3 

5* f 1 :09%hvy 


3 


107 

104 • 


1 




- 


5 


41702 Havana 


5i f 1 :06%fast 


4 


108 


7 




5 


4 


41374 Havana 


5* f l:07%fast 


15 


106 


1 




1 


1 


41339 Havana 


51 f 1:13 hvy 


8 


108 


6 




6 


8 


41234 Havana 


3-4 l:17%mud 


7 


106 


2 




3 


3 


41155 Havana 


51 f 1 :08%fast 


8 


114 


3 




2 


3 


40344 Latonia 


5* f l:07%fast 


38 


107 


8 




C 


« 


39035 Latonia 


5-8 l:01%fast 


25 


112 


• 




2 


2 


38874 Latonia 


5* f l:07%fast 


117 


100 10 




10 


10 


38648 Latonia 
MIKE DIXON, 

41792 Havana 


4* f 54% fast 
br. g, 3 

5). f 1 :09%hvy 


24 


106 11 
109 

105 6 






11 


41702 Havana 


5* f l:06%fast 


30 


no 


5 




6 


5 


41626 Havana 


5* f l:08%fast 


20 


1(6 


1 




4 


6 


41*69 Havana 


51 f l:06%fast 


15 


303 


5 




3 


3 


41431 Havana 


3-4 l:13%fast 


20 


107 


4 




2 


2 


41387 Havana 


5) f l:07%fast 


30 


98* 1 




9 


10 


41341 Havana 


3-4 l:18%hvy 


10 


103 


6 




3 


4 


41301 Havana 


3-4 1:15 good 10 


114 


1 




6 


10 


41263 Havana 


5* f 1 :15%hvy 


8 


103 


2 




8 


4 


41235 Havana 


51 f 1:12 mud 


7 


102 


6 




4 


4 


FOURTH RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 3 


-year-olds 


KORAN, b. f. 

41743 Havana 


1 

3-4 l:13%fast 


6-5 


106 

108 


3 




1 


1 


41650 Havana 


5* f 1:08 fast 


8-5 


103*12 




10 


8 


41427 Havana 


3-4 1:13 fast 


10 


109 


6 




8 


7 


41188 Havana 


3-4 l:12%fast 


6 


104 


2 




10 


8 


41109 Havana 


6-S 1 :00%fast 


15 


107 


1 




3 


3 


41029 Havana 


51 f l:07Vsfast 


8 


m 


4 




3 


4 


40984 Havana 


3-4 1:16 good 4 


106 


9 




10 


10 


40840 Havana 


5* f l:12%hvy 


3 


108 


6 




7 


6 


38686 Latonia 


3-4 l:13%fast 


25 


104* 9 




10 


11 


S8398 Douglas 


3-4 l:12%fast 


6 


103 


3 




4 


3 


STORM BOUND, b. f, 4 

41700 Havana 3-4 1 :13%fast 


S-5 


106 

106 


3 




1 


1 


41474 Havana 


51 f LUVihvy 


7-5 


93 


5 




3 


1 


41361 Havana 


51 f 1:08 good 6-5 


99 


2 




2 


2 


4PI03 Havana 


51 f 1 :10%good 


2 


101 


3 




3 


2 


39089 Latonia 


3-4 1:13 good 


31 


96 


3 




3 


6 


38752 Latonia 


3-4 l:16%mud 


18 


96 


4 




3 


6 


38686 Latonia 


3-4 1:12% fast 


7 


98 


2 




1 


1 


36358 Latonia 


5* f 1 :07%fast 


6 


103 


2 




1 


2 


26315 Latonia 


6* f l:07%fast 


9-10 106 


1 




1 


1 


36130 Latonia 


3-4 1:14 fast 


14-5 


100 


2 




1 


1 


35914 Church’ 1 


3-4 l:14%goed 16-5 110 


3 




3 


2 


35755 Douglas 


5* f 1:08 slow 


U 


IOO 


2 




1 


3 


ENCORE, b. g 

417x0 Havana 


7 

3-4 1:19 slop 


5 


111 

112 


1 




• 


4 


41745 Havana 


51 f 1:07',. fast 


3* 


108 


4 




i’ 


1 


•11713 Havana 


5'. f 1 :tni%fast 


3 2 


IOS 


4 




:: 


3 


4J67S Havana 


3-1 l:12'--.!ast 


4 


114 


2 




2 


2 


41613 Havana 


3-4 1 : M'V.fast 


8-5 


10! 


3 




1 


1 


41519 Havana 


51 f 1:07 fast 


2 


105 


1 




2 


1 


41427 Havana 


3-4 1:13 fast 


8-5 


109 


2 




2 


2 


41386 Havana 


61 f 1:07% fast 


3 


106 


1 




1 


1 


41106 Havana 


5* f 1:07 fast 


8 


106 


6 




6 


4 


41046 Havana 


51 f l:08%good 10 


109 


1 




3 


4 


WS8 iiitvana 


3-4 i;l7^5iow 


9 


104 


S 




« 


9 



By Electioneer — Chicklets (J. J. Shannon). 

2® 2 ln J Howard 8 Vignola, Lackrose, Lantana 
l 1 4®2 J Pit? 11 S.McM’kin, L’krose, Tok. March 
1* 6 3 J J Pitz 8 Roekport, J. Schas, Capt.M’mont 
1* l 3 .T Pitz II Car.Mnid, Gaf.Girl, PastMaster 
1* 2* J Pitz 8 Phoneta, Callaway, Slutsta 
2 nt 3 3 * J Pitz 12 Roekport, Banyan. Gold. Chance 
7 2 4 n J J Pitz 8 MissFrances, Roekport, Thesieres 
2h 425 j pitz 8 Deckhand, Cardome, Hazelnut 
7 7 21 D Boland 7 K. Worth, JamesG., StormBound 

3 3‘* C Kummer 3 Polroma, Air Man 

l l l 1 * D Conn’lly 8 Tush Tush, Ask Her, Waterblue 
7* 7 8 3 E Don’hue 8 Fly Home, Dolina, Little String 
By Ildrim — Sufferance (H. W. Boyer). 

9 1 9 U L Fator 111 L.Langdeu. U’danies. W. Master 
9 1 J11 11 H Builmanl'J Closer. Owana. Golden Chance 
9 4 8 11 H Bullm’nll Laudator, Golden Chance, Artist 
6nk 5=} \ Finley 32 BrownP’nee, Closer, PeepAgain 
6' 6 3 * A Finley 10 Will Soon, Rev. James, Scabbard 
720 gta \ Finley 8 P. Bonero, Twin. Toes, Laudator 

7 7 2 ® A Pickens 7 Bl.D’lton, B.P’nee, K.ofT.S’lets 

4* 6"* J Rod’g’ez 8 Golding, Woodthrush, Eldcrken 
6 2 6** R Denyse 7 B’ghouse, J’anitalll., Bron.Billi 
6 s 4 2 | R Donyse 10 Coral, Pepper, Grey Eagle 

By Jelen — Frances K. (B. E. Graham). 

3 2 4 3 1 E Htlemanl2 Koran. Algardi, High Dlympus 
2‘ 6 9 3 C Dishmonll Itcy Ennis, Owana, Callaway 

3 1 6 4 * C Dishm’nl2 AIHudson, Br.Prince, Linkstrap 

5 2 8“ J G Petz 9 Primero, Chemung, Lady James 

8 7 25 E Hileman 8 Galaway, Chilt. King, WillSoon 

1 1 1 ®11 1 2 W Doyle 12 Frascuelo, Scylla, No Trumps 
11 ll 17 W Doyle 11 Pliedoden, App.Wiske, Lackrose 
10 10 29 M Schles’rlO Capt. M’mont, T.Miss, F’nating 

5 6 23 Kollock 5 Heartbeat. Malay, Goldy 

5 5 28 H Hanmer 5 B.ofB.Mawr, SonnyBoy, Orotund 

6 9 T McCull’hl2 Starboard. DanvilleXL. DoubleF. 

Bv The Commoner — Hawksora (H. C. Smith). 

G 2 7 8 :i W GarganlO Quin, Visible, Owana 

9 nk 10 a S Wida 11 Encore, LadyJ.Grey, Miss JiizIm) 

1 1 3 1 1 S Wida 8 LadyJames. W .Thyme.. WillSoon 
1* 3' A Pickens 7 Veldt, Banyan, No Trumps 

6* 9 7 1 T Murray 10 l’aj’oitall., P.Bonero, HighLow 
3* 4 3 S Wida 9 Bus. Clark, K.Trovato. Dr. Davis 

2* 4J J Dreyer 10 T.Grader, Scabbard, U.T.-Three 

9 h 10 11 D Boland 12 Phil Ungar, Geo.Duncan, Colors 
4* 8 5 ! R Troise 10 Circulate, Enver Bey. Blanchita 
6 2 7 13 R Davies 8 T.Scven, Croix d’Or. F. Keogh 
710 71* R Troise 8 Pence. Star, M. Sweep, Ell’laudit 

32 35 Troise 8 Nib, Bunice. Hemlock 

By Hey Hindoo — Katherine Ennis (J. Allen). 

6 1 6 34 J Pitz 8 Vignola. Syrian. Lackrose 

10 s 10 7 J J Pitz 11 Senator James, Encore, Lindsey 

3 2 1’* J Pitz 11 Owana, Callaway, Gallia 

10* 10*J J Pitz 12 AIHudson, Br.Prince, Linkstrap 

6 2 6 12 J Pitz 7 Driffield, King Worth, Cardome 

8 8 8*3 R Bolton 11 B. Williams, Revivor, Rubiconll. 

8 1 8 14 J Williams 12 Kenward, Closer, Old Coin 

6 1 6 5 J T Rowan 10 Busy Joe, Martre, Ituvoeo 

10 10* • D Owens 11 Kama, Tom Caro, General 
10 2 ®10 3 ® J Rod’g’ezll Reprobate, K. Ilaggot, SwiftFox 
7’i 7 8 * M Rowan 11 Th.Nighter, Perseus, Encore 

2* 2 2 M Rowan 15 Colors, Two Royals, Encore 

By Burgomaster — Evelyn J. (G. W. Billerman). 

2>‘ 6 5 3 J Pitz 9 Roscoe Goose. Roni. Pierrot 

8 s 7 s J Frach 9 Phoneta, Frank Burke, Luzzi 

4 1 6 11 II Thurber 7 Ague. B. Donalton, L.JaneGrey 

6 4 7 47 H Thurber 9 Merry Jubilee, Ague, MissJazbo 

8 8 3 ® E Ambr’se 8 G’evieveB., P.B’terfly, S. Pickett 

4* 6 14 E Ambrose 7 G.W. Avery, S.P’kett, C’did’tell. 

7 7 1 ® E Taplin 7 Or.ofHavana, Tlieo.Fair, Near 

6 5 13 E Taplin 5 M’yMaud, Jimlleffer’g, Vir.Ycll 

lh l* E Haynes 13 Brig ofWar, Mid. Sun, Sun. Hill 

Allowances. (Jan. 24, 1917 — 1:05% — 5—102.) 

By Ivan the Terrible — Lassie (E. T. Zollicoffer). 

By Ivan the Terrible — Frogmore (W. W. Darden). 

3 7 2 2 R Wingf’d 9 Featherwit, Comfort. Ter. Miss 

4 2 5 3 J T Murray 7 Wise Man, Hocnir, Sasin 

6 1 * 6 8 * T Murray 8 Smart Money, Hocnir, Tetley 
7 2 8 n T Murray 8 Etruscan, Sirocco, Surplice 
4 2 4>3 H Lunsf’d 9 Earnest, Caballo, Miss Procter 
2 l 2 1 * H Lunsf’d 7 Hamilton A., Faux-Col. Hocnir 
3 5 3 3 J H Lunsf’d 5 Cleek, Gus Seheer, Tippler 
4* 3'3 H Lunsf’d 5 T.B.Duke, M.Doino, Ed. McBride 
6 s 6 3 3 H Lunsf’d 7 Maj.Domo, L’ekyLady, Comfort 

31 2“ T Murray 8 Tetley, T.S. Hundred, L’kyLady 
By Broomstick — Slippers (A. H. Diaz). 

2 1 3 2 } A Pickens 9 Featherwit. Corson. Ter. Miss 
5 1 6 11 J Dreyer 9 Fustian, El Coronel, Miss Ivan 
3 4 3 2 A J Dreyer 7 Maj. Domo, L’kyLady, Sarasota 
6* 5 13 T Nolan 8 Tetley, Corson, TheSixHundred 
2‘ 5*i A Pickens 5 Tippler. Tetley, Lady Langden 
6* 6 8 J R Troxler 10 War Kiss, Lill.Sbaw, LookingUp 

1 2 l 5 J Pitz 14 Stiletto, Scoots, Antique 

4’* 5 9 * R Troxler 10 Joyful, Lillian Shaw, Scoots 
6* 6 21 J Pitz 6 Terentia, ElfinQueen, AuntDinah 

4 1 6 3 J F Roh’son14 Ambas’dor III., D. Lace, Zuleika 

2 2 5*3 F Rob’sonl3 Green Mint, Virago, Zuleika 
Bv Stalwart — Niko (H. Coons). 

I 4 2 1 A Pickens 8 Man. Coat, Ter. Miss. Minnie II. 

6* 4=3 R Troise 8 Wise Joan, Zoie. I). C. Girl, 

5‘ 4 3 J J Pitz 11 Miserieorde. E. McBride, M.Ivnn 

6 2 9"i II Lunsf’d 9 Exempted. D. C. Girl, Wise Joan 

3" k 2® H Jeffcott 7 SkyMan, T.S.H’dred, L.L’ngden 

6 2 4 3 J S Wida 7 S. Queen, Ed. McBride, F. Embry 
2"it 33 H Jeffcott 9 Earnest, Caballo, Corson 

6 3 6 7 * J Dreyer 9 Fustian, Lucky Lady, Exempted 
3* 4®* R Simpson 7 Legal, Iwin, Brother Maclean 
7‘* 8 12 R Simpson 8 Ollie S., Bro. Maclean, lwiniwin 
3* 43 R Simpson 6 Napan, Jago, Frogtown 

By Ivan the Terrible — Miss Mooney (B. Moran). 

3* 3 5 T Murray 8 5Ian. Coat. MissProcter; Min. li. 

6 1 4 2 3 T Murray 9 Featherwit. Corson, Comfort 

3 2 31 H Lunsf’d 11 Caballo, Minnie H., Leap Frog 
9* 8 11 L Woods 10 Wey.Girl. L’kaw’nna, Ex’mpted 
3‘* 2 s T Murray 10 Carrie Moore, Ivry, L. Langden 
3'i 1° H Lunsf’d 12 Ilagdadine, D.C.Girl. Minnie H. 

6 2 4 7 H Lunsf’d 11 IxjuiseMack, ThoTalker, Caballo 
10 2 8 ,; 3 H Lunsf’dl2 Featherwit, BobBaker, F. Favor 

5 3 5 9 3 L Woods 7 Littlecote, L.Langden, Sunduria 
8* S 82 L Woods 9 Sunduria, Croix d’Or, Littlecote 
3‘ o 2 3 T Murray 11 Surplice, Sunduria, Rosagice 

By Rey Hindoo— Directa (H. C. Smith). 

S 3 3J H Thurber x Croix d’Or. M. Dixon. Quickstep 
710 71 G h Thurber S ManCoat, MissProcter, Ter.Miss 

9 8 4 J D Boland 9 Featherwit, Corson, Comfort 

8 2 8 3 S Wide 9 Blondel, Fustian, Earnest 

10 8® B Kop’m’nlO Leoina, Riverside, L. June Grey 

1 3 l 2 H Thurber 9 Minnie H., Taffy, Callao 
6'J 5 4 J W Kelsay 12 Grace, Dione, Bagdadine 
2** 2 1 H Thurber 8 Earnest, Minnie H., Ranker 
8 8 8 14 J Dawson 9 Anlaee, Dione, Lamp Post 

6“ k 7 12 J Dawson 12 Miss Ivan, Stiletto, Stone Daisy 
3 4 Arch’b’lt 7 SkyoBall, SnowQueen, LittleJoe 
3* J Glass 8 I’.Tenny, SkyeBali. Sham. Green 
By Marajax — Merry Match (R. B. Allen). 

S 1 5=3 11 Troise 9 Featherwit, Corson. Comfort 
4* 4 2 * A Pickens X Surplice, Fustian. Wey. Girl 
2 s 26 J D’minick 9 Fustian. Miss Ivan,' LouiseMack 

42 2 2 W Kelsay ll W’mouthGirl, Surplice, Fustian 

1* 1* R TToise 12 C. d’Or, TheS. Hundred, I,. Muck 

5* 4® L Mink 12 G. Floss, G.Muehlcbuch, Emanale 

6 2 6‘3 C K’sch’ml2 Salute, Eddie Tranter, Merrivale 
12i joia t nice It! Stickling, M. Princess, 15. Beauty 

910 922 t Rice 10 Be Frank. Daydue, Peter 
By Martinet — Seavoyage (Williams Bros.). 

8® 7 3 i J Howard 9 Miss Ivan. Lucky Lady. I,. Mack 

7' 7'i J Howard 9 Featherwit. Corson, Comfort 

l'i l 1 J Howard 12 Dione, Bagdadine, Red 

8 7 14 J Howard 8 Earnest, Pr. Direct, Minnie H. 

6® 5 9 ,T Howard 8 Caballo, Man.’sCoat, Fos. Embry 

6 2 7 9 3 J Howard 12 Ter.Miss, Bagdadine, D. C. Girl 

3 l 4=1 J Howard 12 Legotal. Lad.vL’ngden, Wo’dpile 

2* 4 2 J Howard 12 Kiku, Retta B., Lady Manager 

9 2 9 7 3 H Lunsf’d 12 By Heck, Sam Reh, Col. Taylor 

11 ll 22 J Howard 11 Orenzo. Bulldoze. Iwin 
By Barnsdale — Baby Dixon (B. E. Graham). 

2 nk T Murray 8 Croix d’Or, P’ceDirect. Q’ckstcp 
56 9 4 * H Thurber 9 Featherwit. Corson, Comfort 
6J 10 7 J H Thurberll Miserieorde. E. McBride, M.Ivan 
3 l 6®* R Ball 7 S. Queen, Ed. McBride, F. Embry 

5* 8 10 H Thurber 9 Ivry, Sentimental. Sky Man 

10 9' 2 L Fator 10 Wey.Girl. L’kaw’nna, Ex’mpted 

4 1 5 S 3 R Ball 8 Bulger, AnnieEdgar, KingWorth 
10* ll 13 R Ball 12 IronBoy, Lou. Mack. Man.’sCoat 
3 1 3 1 * H Thurber 8 Omeme, A’bassadorllL, L’kstrap 
3° k 3® H Thurber 8 B.D’alton, T.J.Hogan, P.Bonero 

and upward. Claiming. (Jan. 24, 1917—1:05% — 5 — 102.) 

.By Hilarious — Common Sue (Williams Bros.). 

I 3 l 2 J Howard 12 Algardi, Higli Olympus, Assessor 
S'* 7 3 1 J Howard 12 Closer, Owana, Golden Chance 
5nk J Howard 7 Kernan, Lady Jane Grey, Encore 
7 4 7 7 3 J Howard 12 Brizz, Primero, Lady Jane Grey 
3 l 7 4 3 J Howard 10 Lit. Nephew, G. Seheer, CallShot 
46 6 18 J Howard 11 Sis. Susie, Shandon. Pontefract 
10 2 UP® J Howard 11 Frank Keogh, Circulate, B.Sand 
5 l 4 7 J J Howard 7 Blanchita, Circulate, MissJazbo 

12 12 13 J Howard 12 Storm Bound, Nib. Gus Seheer 
4* 6 11 J Howard 12 KildareBoy, P’celgor, TomGoose 

By Marta, Santa — Sea Spray (J. Walters). 

1 1 16 J Pitz 8 AnnieEdgar, Fr.Burke, R. Goose 
16 3'i B Kop’m’n 7 K. Worth, JamesG., AnnieEdgar 
2'J "l J Dreyer 8 Call Shot, LadyJaaeGrey, Luzzi 
3* S'* J Dreyer 8 Bonnie Tess, Brizz, Luzzi 

7 7 9 3 J Mooney 7 Blue Paradise, Meins, Nobleman 

8 8 s * J Gruber 8 SkilesKnob, Y’kville. S’dman II. 
1' l 2 II J Burkel2 Nib. Gus Seheer, Clairvoyant 

7* 9 12 O Wiilis 12 Azalea, Hap. Valley, Lit.P’ucess 
1* l® k M Garner 12 Katie Canal, Miss Gove, Breezy 
2 2 2* O Willis 12 Azalea, Paul Connelly, Mar Torn 
26 30k h Jeffcott 8 Hamilton A., C. Day, L. Princess 
3 l 3 1 * H Jeffcott 9 K.’s Cub. Amelita, Clairvoyant 
By Plaudit — Expressing (B. B. Bice). 

7*“ 7 43 J Pitz 8 Bellringer. Miss Sweep, Ague 
U 26 \ Pickens 11 Senator James, Lindsey. Ague 

.>k 41 Pickens x CallShot, Br.Pfinee, WlieatC’kcs 
A Pickens 12 S . lalnes, Gapt. M 'luunt, I.Indsey 
1 P II Lunsf'd II I. ally. I Grey, M .iazlm. Br.Prince 
l'i 26 H ThurberlO WheatCakes, M. Murray, Violet 
2* 3J T Murray 7 Kernau L. Jane Grey, Schemer 

1 2 2* A Pickens 9 Colle, Scylla, Heredity 

8' 9 12 J D minicklO Will. Mack, Heredity. Froz.Glen 
10' lO’J J D'minickl2 Bunice, Kernau. Pliedodcn 
8) IQ 12 It Fatpr 10 Gloriue, Wk. Crown, Scotch Kiss 



« 



DAILY RACING FORM. 



Monday, March 31, 1919 



WHEAT CAKES, blk. 

41767 Havana 54 f 1 

41713 Havana 5* f 1 

41827 Havana 4.1 f 1 

41. r ,1!t Havana 5$ f 1 

41480 Havana 51 f 1 

41398 Havana 5J f 1 

41361 Havana 51 f 1 

40284 Pimlico 3-4 1 

40267 Pimlico 3-4 1 

40222 Laurel 3-4 1 

39269 Saratoga 3-4 1 



f. 4 

:07%fast 6 5 
:06%fast 6 
:07 fast 6 
:07 fast 2i 
:06%fast 4 
:06” £ fast 5 
:0S good 4 
:13 fast 376 
:13 fast 41 
:13 fast 31f 
:12%fast 5 



By Hapsburg — Ethel Wheat (G. C. Hizell), 

21 4 s .1 Pitz !i Plume ta. Frank llmke. Luzzi 
2* 3‘ R Ball x Call Sliot. Brown Prince, Encore 

4- 6“J R Fall 111 Perigourd’e, Blnze’w’y, Krasc’lo 

3' l h IV Doyle 10 Encorr. Mae Murray, Violet 

6 s 6 s i W Doyle l! Clark M., McLane, Driffield 

l l 2 nk W Kclsay 10 llrizz. Waterford, Annie Edgar 

34 6 ! J W Kclsay 8 Call Shot, S. Bound, LadyJ.Grey 

8® 9 12 R Denyse 10 A.GoOn, LillinnShaw, Subahdar 
lli ii=2 L Ensor 13 Onico, Arrali Go On, Prunes 
lft* 10" L Ensor 13 C.Leydecker, Blazeaway, Blaise 

7 1 6*1 L Ensor 9 N’htstick, A.Wiske, Sandmanll. 



SIXTH RACE — 1 Mile and 50 Yards. 3-year-olds and upward. Claiming. (March 6, 1918 — 1:41 — 5 
—117.) 



BUNICE. b. m. 9 

41745 Havana 54 

41501 Havana 55 

414C. Havana ;>i 

41268 Havana 54 

41046 Havana 54 

41014 Havana 54 

40935 Havana 5 

40852 Havana 54 

40804 Havana 54 

40691 Havana 54 

40655 Havana 54 

39580 Tim’ium Ab5 



SENTIMENTAL, 

41780 Havana 
41652 Havana 
41614 Havana 
41514 Havana 
41431 Havana 
41345 Havana 
40331 Latonla 
39991 Church’ 1 
39931 Douglas 
39730 Lex’ ton 



54 f l:0714fast 8 

55 f LOSVsslow 6 
54 f 1:07 fast 24 
64 f 1:11 %hvy 5 
54 f l:08%good 34 
54 f 1 :10%slow 5 

5-8 1:10 hvy 6-5 
64 f 1:11 slow 2J 
54 f 1 :19%hvy 4-5 
54 f l:15%hvy 4-5 
54 f 1 :07Vsf ast 3 
b5-8 68 fast — 

b. f, 3 

3-4 1:19 slop 3 
3-4 1 :13 fast 7 
3-4 1 :13%fast 3 
3-4 1 :12%fast 4 
3-4 1 :13%fast 1 
3-4 l:15%slow 6 
64 f 1 :07%f ast 38 
54 f l:07%fast 37-10 
64 f 1 :07%fast 62 
54 f 1 :10Vbhvy 30 



BLANCHITA, 

41745 Havana 
41677 Havana 
41613 Havana 
41573 Havana 
41341 Havana 
41303 Havana 
41159 Havana 
41109 Havana 
41078 Havana 
41013 Havana 
40840 Havana 
40737 Havana 



b. m, 6 

54 f 1 :07Vhfast 10 

3-4 1:13 fast 10 
3-4 1 :14%fast 20 
3-4 1:14 fast 8 
3-4 l:18%hvy 8 
54 f l:10%good 15 
lmSOy l:43%fast 30 
5-8 1 :00Vf,fast 5 
54 f l:06%fast 15 
54 f Lmsslow 2 
64 f l:12%hvy 25 
3-4 1:20 hvy 15 



3v Rubicon — Genna (W. R. Padgett). 

4 h 5 3 >, H Tliurberll Senator James, Encore. Lindsey 
3> 5’j R Ball 7 EdGarrison. MissGove. JnniesG. 

65 7 S J R Ryan 7 Tw. Seven, JamesG., Pajar’tall. 

8 8 l ” T Murray 8 BabyGirl, B’zeavvay, EdG’rrison 

1* 1*> R Ryan 12 Kernan, Pliedoden, Luzzi 

1 1 2J R Ryan 8 K. Tuscan, MissWright, Bianca 

25 3 e 5 R Ryan 7 Peaceful Star, Lola, EdGarrison 

15 3 4 5 R Ryan 8 H. Atkin. Presumption, M.Gove 

lot 2» R Ryan 8 Nib, Conowingo, Hemlock 

I s I s R Ryan 8 Quick, Unar, Twenty Seven 

2 1 3’ R Ryan 7 S. Goose, The Duke, Pretty Baby 

2 s R Ryan 6 Doctor D.. General. Tit for Tat 

By Marathon — Animosity (K. Spence). 

gio 51; x Murray s Bellringer. Miss Sweep, Ague 

5 l 8*5 T Murray 12 K’palong. Earnest, L’ckawanna 

4* 4 4 L Woods S Manganese, Sen. James, S. Queen 

3'i 4* L Woods 6 Clark M., Pliedoden, G. Russell 

15 2 1 T Murray 9 Ivry, Sky Man, Louise Mack 

1'5 l 2 H Lunsf'd 9 Baby Girl, Ivry, Iron Boy 

9 1 9 4 f H Stearns 12 Iwinivvin, Dixie Carroll, He!ma 

3 4 3* L Gentry 12 Lancelot, Joe Stalir, Cacambo 

45 3‘ J Mooney 12 FirstPullet, Cockroach, Joyful 

9 1 8 2 ® J Kederis 12 C’m’fleur, Ex’mpted, A.A’xander 

By Peep o'Day — Countess Irma (W. Gargan). 

9- 9'ii W Garganll Senator James. Encore. Lindsey 
1' 1" W Garganll Br. Prince, Iron Boy, GreatGull 

7 1 9 7 ii W Garganll Encore, LadyJ.Grey, Miss Jazbo 
7‘ 6*4 W Gargan 9 Primero, Chemung, Lady James 
S 7 10 W Gargan 8 Bulger, AnnieEdgar, KingWorth 
7* 7 7 Q Preece 8 Bonnie Tess, Brizz. StormBonnd 
S 3 9 17 W Gargan 9 P. to Point, Cliillura, F. Keogh 

72 gsj w Garganll) Lit. Nephew, G.Selieer, CallSliot 
3* 2 s W Garganll Sis. Susie, J.B. Harrell, P’raption 
3 2 3 2 5 W Garganll) Circulate, Enver Bey, HandsOff 

1 2 16 W Gargan 7 Circulate, Miss Jazbo, Koran 

3 2 3 5 W Gargan 8 BrownBaby, M.’sChoice, Leoma 



VIGNOLA, eh. m. 7 

41779 Havana 3-4 1 
41744 Havana 3-4 1 
39529 Cheyenne 54 f 1 
39500 Cheyenne 64 f 1 
39423 Cheyenne 3-4 1 
39409 Cheyenne 54 f 1 
39370 Cheyenne 5-8 1 
39318 Cheyenne 3-4 1 
39276 Cheyenne 5-8 1 
39248 Cheyenne 4J f 

LEOMA. b. g, 10 

41665 Havana 3-4 1 
41532 Havana 3-4 1 
41500 Havana 54 f 1 
41447 Havana 5-8 1 
41283 Havana 3-4 1 
41184 Havana 64 f 1 
41090 Havana 3-4 1 
41027 Havana 3-4 1 
40921 Havana 64 * 1 



18%slop 6 
15%fast 13 
09 slow 7 
08 fast 5 
14%fast 7 
08 fast 18 
Ol’ifast 5 
16 fast 2 
01%fast 7-5 
56 7 /ifast 9 



By Solitaire II. 

1= l 1 ® T Murray 
10* 9" J Frach 
1 2 5 R Pauley 
2 2 4 C Gross 
2“ E Denny 
4 3 4 E Denny 
33 R Pauley 
l 1 R Pauley 
3' R Pauley 
33 C Hunt 



— Carnation II. (J. R. Sullivan), 

S Syrian. Lackrose, La n tuna 
12 Harlock, Ralph S., Past Master 
9 Striker. Hono. Boy. Auntie Curl 
7 Aunt. Curl. Hono. Boy, N. Walton 

7 Joy. Auntie Curl, Ind. Brigade 

8 Pleas. Belle. Gordon, Little Jake 
ft T. Duncan, Lit.Jake, Ind. Brigade 
ft QuidNunc, Conowingo, Nellie B. 

10 T. Duncan, J. Crawford, Eng. Lady 
10 Scallywag. Dr. Zab, Dr. Smoot 



1:13 fast 12 
l:13%fast 6 
l:09%slow 10 
l:03%fast 2 
l:14%good 15 
l:07%t’ast 12 
1 :13%fast 6 
l:16%slow 5 
1 :15%hvy 5 



By Magistrate — Lady Aintree (J, T. Strite), 

5 h 6 7 i H Thurber 8 Diaili, Pliedoden. Driffield 
ink ink h Thurber ljO Riverside, LadyJ.Grey, Petlar 
6 s 2 h H Thurber 7 Petlar, Waterford, Hops 
9 9 33 Lt ArC’des 9 Galaway, Deckhand, Visible 
9 9> 2 W Gargan 9 Sen. James, Glorine, Waterford 
8 S 13 H Bullm’n 8 Fhedoden, Lindsey, Tw. Seven 

4 s 4* H Thurber 8 HighGear, K. Tuscan. Sc’chKiss 

lh 4 < e Illieman 9 Tvven. Seven, Hwfa, Sunningdale 

34 4 U E Hileman 7 MissGove. Pliedoden, Butch. Boy 



FIFTH RACE— 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Claiming. (Dec. 28, 1915— 1:11%— 4— 111.) 



SENATOR JAKES, ch. g, 9 

41803 Havana 3-4 1:14 good 
41745 Havana 54 f l:07%fast 
3 1678 Havana 3-4 l:12%fast 
41614 Havana 3-4 l:13%fast 
41516 Havana lm50y 1:44 fast 
41433 Havana lmSOy l:42%fast 
41400 Havana 3-4 l:12%fast 
41362 Havana 3-4 1:14 good 
41317 Havana lm20y l:43%fast 
41283 Havana 3-4 l:14%good 
41204 Havana 54 f 1 :06 fast 



4081 4 


Havana 


3-4 1:24 hvy 


6-5 


114 


1 


3 


3 


3‘J 


2>® W 


Kelsay ft 


VIOLET, b. m, 


6 




102 








By Waterboy — La 3 


41768 


Havana 


51 f 1 :06%fast 


4 


95 


4 


4 


4 


4= 


3'J S 


Wida 7 


41729 


Havana 


55 f 1 :06%fast 


7-5 


10S 


3 


5 


5 


2* 


I s S 


Wida 11 


41688 


I lavana 


3-4 1 :12%fast 


8-5 


103 


4 


3 


3 


2 7 


2® D 


Fr’nklin 9 


4! 651 


1 lavana 


51 f 1 :07%fast 


8-5 


96 


4 


2 


2 


2| 


L . h T 


Murray 8 


416.19 Havana 


55 f 1:07 .fast 


6 


99 


3 


4 


5 


6 3 


4’-'3 D 


Fr’nklinlO 


41487 


Havana 


51 f l:12%hvy 


8 


100 


4 


6 


6 


61 


r> 13 d 


Fr'nklin ft 


41430 


Havana 


5-8 1 :00%f ast 


10 


1015 7 


7 


6 


5* 


3 2 D 


Fr’nklinlO 


41328 


Havana 


3-4 l:17V,mnd 


15 


103 


6 


6 


8 


8 


8 28 D 


Fr’nklin 8 


41282 Havana 


3-4 l:14%good 3 


104 


5 


6 


6 


6>5 8'“ R 


Bali 10 



41235 Havana 
41109 Havana 
40967 Havana 

SKY MAN, ch, 

41746 Ha \ ana 
41691 Havana 
41643 Havana 
41498 Havana 
41431 Havana 
41399 Havana 
41122 Havana 
41064 Havana 
40935 Havana 
40864 Havana 
40815 Havana 
40781 Havana 
40535 Bowie 
40474 Bowie 

LOLA. br. m, 

41781 Havana 
41726 Havana 
41701 Havana 
41666 Havana 
41532 Havana 
41398 Havana 
41128 Havana 
41285 Havana 
41262 Havana 
41143 Havana 
41093 Havana 
41046 Havana 

MANGANESE. 



65 f 1:12 mud 6-5 
5-8 l:00%fast 6 
65 f 1:11 slow 5 



. C. 3 
lm50y 1 
lm20v 1 
lm50y 1 
3-4 1 
3-4 1 
51 f 1 
55 f 1 
5-8 1 
G-8 1 
55 f 1 
55 f 1 
65 f 1 
3-4 1 
3-4 1 



43 fast 2 
42 fast 25 

44 fast 25 
16%slow 1 
13‘ifast 4 
07 fast 5 
07 fast 15 
00%fast 10 
10 hvy 6 
10%good 4 
20 hvy 6 
15%hvy 5 
17%hvy 7 
15%fast 37f 



3-4 1 :18%slop 6 
lm20y 1 :42%fast 6 
55 f l:06%fast 6-5 
3-4 l:13y 0 fast 4 
3-4 l:13%fast 10 
5.’. f l:06%fast 12 
3-4 l:17%mud 2 
lm50v 1 :48 good 20 
3-4 l:19%hvy 25 
3-4 1 :12%fast 6 
lm50y 1:44 fast 15 
64 f l:08%good 10 



4! 80.: 


Havana 


3-4 1:14 good S-5 


113 


2 




3 


4 


4176S 


Havana 


5>. f 1 :06%f;*st 


4 


104 


3 




3 


2 


41786 


Havana 


5*. f l:06%fast 


7 


102 


4 




5 


2 


41665 


1 lavana 


3-4 1:13 fast 


34 


114 


2 




6 


7 


41614 


1 lavana 


3-4 l:13%fast 


6 


109 


G 




1 


1 


41534 


1 lavana 


51 f 1:07 fast 


2 


112 


1 




2 


2 


41222 


Havana 


51 f 1:06% fast 


8-5 


110 


4 




2 


2 


41184 


Havana 


54 f l:07%fast 


5 


107 


6 




6 


7 


41124 


Havana 


3-4 1:12 fast 


4 


104 


2 




4 


4 


41091 


Havana 


5$ f 1 :07%fast 


2 


110 


3 




2 


2 


40134 Empire 


Ab3-4 1 :09 fast 


10 


112 


8 




8 


8 


40070 Jamaica 


3-4 1:14 fast 


9-10 


120 


1 




6 


5 


39807 Au'duct 


3-4 1 :13%f ast 


10 


120 14 




14 


14 


39427 Saratoga 3-4 l:12%fast 


20 


121 


2 




6 


4 


DRIFFIELD, 


b. h. 5 




112 










41781 


Havana 


5-4 l:18%slop 


6 


111 


2 




2 


4 


41703 


Havana 


5i f l:07%fast 


8 


112 


7 




6 


6 


41605 


Havana 


3-4 1:13 fast 


20 


114 


5 




4 


5 


41549 


Havana 


lni50y l:41%Iast 


20 


106 


3 


3 


4 


6 


41503 


Havana 


lm20y 1:45 slow 


34 


106 


6 


3 


1 


2 


41160 Havana 


5-1 f l:0C%fast 


4 


117 


1 




3 


5 


41432 


Havana 


3-4 1:13 fast 


3 


113 


2 




2 


2 


41412 Havana 


54 f l:0G%fast 


3 


111 


3 




1 


1 


41362 


Havana 


3-4 1:14 good 8 


114 


2 




2 


3 


41330 


Havana 


54 f l:ll 4 ,4mud 


8 


112 


3 




3 


3 


41124 


Havana 


3-4 1:12 fast 


25 


107 10 




10 


10 


41031 


Havana 


3-4 1:14 fast 


20 


113 


9 




9 


9 


40856 Havana 


1 1:48 slow 


8 


115 


2 


1 


1 


1 


40826 


Havana 


54 f 1 :16%hvy 


8-5 


114 


6 




1 


3 


PRESUMPTION, b. g, 10 




109 










41678 


Havana 


3-4 1 :12%fast 


8 


111 


7 




6 


10 


41639 


I lavana 


3-4 l:12%fast 


8 


104 


8 




7 


7 


41627 


Havana 


51 f 1 :07 fast 


5 


107 


8 




8 


7 


41534 


Havana 


54 f 1:07 fast 


4 


102 


9 




7 


6 


41078 


Havana 


51 f 1 :06%fast 


6 


110 


2 




4 


4 


40986 


Havana 


54 f 1 :10 good 


34 


107 


1 




6 


6 


40852 


Havana 


54 f 1:11 slow 


3 


110 


1 




4 


2 


40795 


Havana 


5-4 l:24%hvy 


3 


114 


5 




4 


4 


40759 


Havana 


54 f 1 :09‘ a fast 


2 


114 10 




9 


8 


40054 Havana 


6* f 1 :06%f ast 


6 


112 


6 




7 


5 


40502 


I^tonia 


3-4 l:14%good 9 


114 


3 




10 


10 


BROWN PRINCE, br. g. 7 




109 










41780 


Havana 


.".-4 1:19 slop 


oy 


109 


2 




6 


6 


41712 


Havana 


5J. f 1 :06%fast 


15 


105 


6 




6 


5 


41677 


Havana 


5-1 1:13 fast 


6 


112 


5 




4 


3 


41613 


Havana 


3-4 1 :14%fast 


10 


109 


7 




7 


5 


41445 


Havana 


3-4 1:14 fast 


5 


111 


4 




2 


2 


4131C 


Havana 


lnil'Oy l:43%fast 


7 


103 


6 


7 


5 


5 


41270 


Havana 


1 l:50%hvy 


5 


104 


7 


8 


G 


G 


41156 Havana 


3-4 1 :13%fast 


2 


100 


6 




3 


3 


41105 


Havana 


54 f l:07%fast 


3 


101 


8 




9 


8 


41023 


Havana 


54 f l:10%slow 


2 


100 


8 




8 


7 


40966 


Havana 


51 f l:ll%slow 


3 


113 


6 




6 


4 



By Lithos — Regca 

3 2 3 2 H Thurber 8 

2’ l 1 A Pickens 7 

2 3 21 L l’at or 7 

8 5'-?. R Bali 8 

l 3 1H J Frach 8 

25 3J W Garganl2 
2“t 15 W Kelsay 11 
6 3 5 3 3 II Thurber 8 
5 4 4 7 i R Troise 10 
2‘ 2 3 H Jeffcott 9 
8 8 18 H Myers 8 

65 7® L Ensor 11 

15 ll 15 L Lyke 1ft 

3* 31 T Nolan 13 



KINGFISHER, ch. g, 6 

41783 Havana lni'sly 1 :5l c.slnp 1 
41735 Havana 1 1-4 2:05 fast : 
*1715 Havana 1 ni50y 1 :42%fast 
41547 Havana lm20y 1 : 42% fast ; 
41436 Havana lm20y l:41%fast 1 
41350 Havana 1 1-16 1:50 slow : 
4131S Havana lm50y l:44%fast 
41160 Havana 1 1-16 1 :46%fast 
40814 Havana 3-4 1:24 hvy 1 
40761 Havana 3-4 l:15%fast : 
40176 Empire lm70y l:44%fast 
LONDON GIRL. cb. m. 7 
41805 Havana lm20y 1 :42%good 
41747 Havana 1 1-16 1 :46%fast 
41728 Havana lm50y l:43>/r.fast 
41331 Havana lm20y l:50%mud 
41159 Havana lm50y l:43 7 /tfast 
41126 Havana 1 1-16 l:47%fast 
41048 Havana lmSOy l:45%good 
40657 Havana 1 1-16 l:47%fast 
40603 Havana ImoOy 1:44 fast 
39617 Tim'ium Ab3-4 1:20 good 
39581 Tim'ium 1 1-16 1:49 fast 
39549 Tim’ium 1 1-16 l:51%fast 
VOCABULARY, br. f, 4 
41771 Havana 1 1-16 l:47%fast 
41691 Havana lm20y 1:42 fast 
41363 Havana 1 l:41%good 
41331 Havana lm20y 1 :fC%mud 
41189 Havana 3-4 l:ll%fast 
41145 Havana 5J f 1 :07%fast 
40440 Bowie 1 1-16 1:52 fast 
40394 Bowie 1 1-16 l:54%hvy 
40306 Pimlico 1 1-16 l:48%,fast 
40235 Laurel lmTOv l:47%hvy 
40080 Laurel 1 1-16 1 :47%fast 
39841 H.deG’ce lm70yl :43%good 
DALROSE, b. f, 4 
41782 Havana 1 3-16 2:09 slop 
41771 Havana 1 1-16 1 :47%fast 
41735 Havana 1 1-4 2:05 fast 
41691 Havana lm20y 1:42 fast 
41656 Havana 1 1-16 1 :4S%fast 
41535 Havana lm50y l:44%fast 
41415 Havana 1 1-16 l:47%fast 
41376 Havana ImoOy l:44%fast 
41343 Havana lm50y l:53%hvy 
41172 Havana ImoOy l:43%fast 
40998 Havana 3-4 1:22 hvy 
40879 Havana 55 * 1 :17%hvy 
SEVILLIAN, b. g, 6 
41771 Havana 1 1-16 l:4i 4 ifast 
41714 Havana 1 1:41 fast 
41691 Havana lm20y 1:42 fast 
41516 Havana ImoOy 1:44 fast 
41451 Havana lm50y l:43%fast 
41415 Havana 1 1-16 l:47%fast 
41239 Havana lm20y 1 :51V 5 mud 
41172 Havana ImoOy l:43%fast 



41026 Havana 
40715 Havana 
40602 Havana 
37715 Havana 
37642 Havana 



3-4 l:17%slow 
3-4 l:26%hvy 
3-4 1:14 fast 
1 l:41%good 
1 1 :47%hvy 



By Ort Wells — Miss Laetitia (H. W. Plant). 

I 1 1' E Hileman 8 F. Embry, M;iiig;i!iese. Kick. Kid 
o 1 l h E Hilemanll Encore, Lindsey. Ague 
l 3 l 2 J H Burkel’J Encore.. Capt.M’liniont, Lindsey 
2 nk 2>1 A Pickens 8 Manganese, 8. Queen. S’timentHl 
3®k J II Burke 7 C’tJI’climont, S.Kock, Sevillian 
l'J 2‘ T Murray 7 Corydon, Waterford, R.L.Owen 

4 1 4=5 D Boland 10 Clark M., Deluncey, View 

2'J 2 1 J Boland 9 Jeffery, Lucky Pearl, Glorine 
2’ 3'J II Thurber 9 Biermau, Cap. City, Wli’poorwill 
31 ink h Thurber 9 Glorine, Waterford, Tw. Seven 

4 2 4 5 D Boland 9 Irene, Jeffery, Bonnie Tess 



Premium. Sis. Susie 
J.B.H’rell, Heredity 



6‘ 6" R Ball H B.D’alton. T.J. Hogan, M. Dixon 

6>5 4 3 3 R Ball 10 Lit. Nephew, G.Selieer, CallSliot 

9 1 10' 8 R Bail 10 Miss Wright, Hops, Frascuelo 

By Aeronaut — Tranid (K. Spence). 

2' e®; L Woods 8 Artist. Cliilliini. Buo 

l h 1” L Woods 8 Sevillian, Jake Schas, Dalrose 

1 1 2" L Woods 12 Chillum, J. Sclias. laidyJ.Grey 

1 2 1« T Murray 7 M.P’cter, T.S.H’dred, L.L’gden 



1 1 2" L Woods 12 Chillum, J. Sclias, laidyJ.Grey 

1= I s T Murray 7 M.P’cter, T.S.H’dred, L.L’gden 

6' 3 2 S Wida 9 Ivry, Sentimental. Louise Mack 

6 2 3 3 W Ivelsay 12 Fos. Embry, SnowQueen, Libera] 

32 x Murray 11 Phedoden, App.Wiske, Lackrose 

75 8 12 H Thurberll Wey. Girl, El Coronel, Surplice 

6* 7 23 H Thurber 7 Peaceful Star, Lola, Bunice 

lh 3 S J J H Burke ft S’ningdale, Littlecote, La Verne 

3® 3 4 i J H Burke 8 Ambas’dorllL. C.d’Or, M. Rustic 

4* 4“ J Dreyer 7 Major Domo, Croix d’Or, Ivry 

7* 6 1 * R McCr’nn 8 P’varicate, T.Da’phin, Wilfreda 
4 1 3‘5 L Stalker 13 Prevaricate, Loy. Peter, Bl. Devil 

By Sir Huon — Binda (J. H. Eiff). 

1 2 1* A Finley 8 Ed Garrison. James G.. Brizz 

6' J 4’S D Boland 8 Lady Janies. Cry. Day, Gr.Gull 

1J 2® A Pickens 8 James G.. Chemung. Bcv.Juines 

5) 2 l J Pitz 10 Luzzi. James G., Pajaroita II. 

7 !l 9 3 W Garganll! i> oma, Riverside, L. Jane Grey 

•9* 9 8 } 11 BullmanlO Brizz. Wlieat Cakes, Waterford 
l 2 1'5 H Bullm’n 8 HandsOff, M. Jubilee, Tok. March 
25 6 4 5 L Fator 10 At. Muir, Frank Keogh, Flare 
4 3 4-J G PreeceJrlO Hemlock, Bulger, Corydon 
5 2 3 1 ^ H Bullm’n 8 Diadi, Jeffery, King Tuscan 
7* 8 7 3 H Bullm’nll Sasenta, Guide Post, Crys. Day 
6* 6»i E Hilemanl2 Bunice. Kernan. Pliedoden 



BEAUTY SHOP. b. m, 6 

417S3 Havana lmaOv l:51%slop 
41716 Havana 1 1-16 l:47%fast 
41468 Havana lm50y 1 :44%fast 
41628 Havana lm20y l:43%fast 
41173 Havana lm50y l:45%fast 
41126 Havana 1 1-16 1 :47%fast 
41104 Havana 3-4 l:12%fast 
409S4 Havana 3-4 1:16 good 
40840 Havana 5J f l:12%hvy 
40762 Havana 3-4 l:lG%fast 
40633 Havana lm50y 1 :45%fast 
CORK. b. g, 4 

41S06 Havana 1 1-16 1 :46%good 
41771 Havana 1 1-16 l:47 4 £fast 
41716 Havana 1 1-16 1 :47%fast 
41692 Havana lm20y l:42%fast 
41655 Havana 1 1-16 l:47 2 sfast 
41523 Havana lm50y l:44%fast 
41463 Havana 11-16 1:47 fast 
41342 Havana ImoOy l:53%hvy 
41270 Havana 1 1 :50%hvy 
41226 Havana 11-16 1:47 fast 
41158 Havana ImoOy l:44%fast 
41047 Havana ImoOy 1:45 good 
KICKING KID, b. c, 4 
41803 Havana 3-4 1:14 good 
41091 Havana 51 f l:07%fast 
37765 Havana ImoOy l:46Vfeslow 
37724 Havana 55 f 1 :10if.mud 
37710 Havana 3-4 l:15%good 
37691 Havana 5-8 1:05 hvy 
37643 Havana ImoOy l:51%hvy 
37613 Havana 1 l:44%slop 
37200 Havana 5-S l:02%fast 
37511 Havana 5-8 l:01%fast 
37436 Havana 55 f 1:08 fast 
37159 Havana 55 f l:07%fast 
ROBERT L, OWEN. ch. g, 4 
41726 Havana lm20y 1 :42' 1 r.fast 
41675 Havana 51 t' l:07 4 3fast 
41642 Havana 1 1:42 fast 
41463 Havana 11-16 1:47 fast 
41435 Havana lm50y l:42%fast 
41377 Havana ImoOy 1:43% fast 
41341 Havana 3-4 l:18%hvy 
41206 Havana ImoOy 1 :43%fast 
41147 Havana lm50y 1:44 fast 
41106 Havana 55 f 1:07 fast 



41063 Havana 
40964 Havana 
40S77 Havana 
40762 Havana 



3-4 1:13 fast 
55 f 1 :10%slow 
3-4 1:25 hvy 
3-4 l:16%fast 



OENOTHERA, ch. f, 4 (M) 

41805 Havana lm20y l:42%good 
41727 Havana lm20y 1:43 fast 



41675 Havana 
41642 Havana 
41545 Havana 
41168 Havana 
41029 Havana 
40918 Havana 
40866 Havana 



55 f l:07%fast 
1 1:42 fast 
3 4 1:14 fast 
3-4 l:13VSfast 
55 f 1 :07%f ast 
51 f 1 :12%hvy 
3A 1 :16%good 



37672 Oakl’wn lm70y l:45%good 



37543 Oakl’wn 
37516 Oakl’wn 



1 l:40%fast 
65 f l:07%fast 



(E. Cardemas). 

Sen. Janies. F. Embry, Kick. Kid 
Premium, Violet, Sister Susie 
Sis. Susie. HighGear, EdG’rrisuu 
Diadi, Pliedoden, Driffield 
S. James, S. Queen, Sentimental 
Presumption, Kernan, Luzzi 
Pajaroita II., Froz.Glen, Servia 
Phedoden, Lindsey, Tw. Seven 
HighGear, Sparkler, EdGarrison 
Premium, F. Ballot, Tw. Seven 
Aivord, Batiiilde. Jose. Zarate 
Miss Bryn, Adele, Mas<|ue 
Lively, Housemaid, II. Burgoyne 
T’thliearer. B. Paradise. H. Atkin 



LANTANA, ch. m, 5 

41779 Havana 3-4 l:18%slop 



41C77 Havana 
41487 Havana 
41426 Havana 
41385 Havana 
41260 Havana 
41156 Havana 
41103 Havana 
41025 Havana 
40998 Havana 
40946 Havana 
40866 Havana 



3-4 1 :13 fast 
55 f l:12%hvy 
3-4 1:14 fast 
55 f 1:08 fast 
3-4 1:21 hvy 
3-4 1 :13%fast 
3-4 1:13 fast 
65 f l:09%slow 
3-4 1:22 hvy 
5-8 l:U%hvy 
3-4 l:16%good 



107 

106 1 3 3 
110 6 4 5 
104 8 8 7 
109 7 6 5 

109 2 6 6 

110 1 3 3 

103 7 7 7 

106 1 4 3 

111 5 6 

104 5 5 

109 6 7 6 
99 

111 111 
104 4 1 1 
98 7 6 6 

104 4 4 4 

110 9 8 8 

105 1 1 1 

107 6 6 6 

106 1 3 4 
109 6 6 6 



106 4 3 3 

98 1 3 3 
300 2 2 2 

102 3 6 

103 8 7 

96 8 8 10 

107 8 7 7 

97 7 4 11 

99 3 2 1 

104 4 2 3 
101 1 2 1 
102 

106 4 6 4 

107 4 5 5 
99 3 2 6 

104 3 S 8 

108 3 6 5 
104 2 8 8 
101 6 6 6 

99 4 4 4 
99J 7 7 6 
103 6 6 5 



11C 6 2 2 
107 7 7 7 

102 7 7 6 

105 9 9 7 
112 10 8 

111 2 7 

112 8 7 

106 7 6 9 
114 7 7 7 

96 

99 7 4 4 
101 10 8 7 

107 3 3 2 
106 5 7 5 
1(16 5 3 r 

100 6 7 6 

98 10 10 

98 7 8 

99 7 5 

108 Left at 

101 5 3 3 

102 

108 7 8 8 

106 7 7 7 

104 6 6 6 

103 6 7 4 

105 5 3 3 

107 5 4 3 
9» 3 8 8 

1051 7 7 7 
92 1 8 8 

106 7 9 8 

105 6 8 7 
103 9 8 8 

106 

113 5 r. 

109 6 o 
99 2 3 3 

110 8 7 



94 6 1 1 
93 2 2 2 



110 4 4 4 
105 5 2 2 

105 4 3 2 

102 4 6 5 

110 6 7 

103 3 4 3 

1031 633 
1051 7 8 

101 3 2 

103 5 6 

104 3 1 

103 6 6 

89 

107 11 11 12 
107 2 4 5 
110J 8 9 

107 6 6 6 

108 4 10 

111 7 11 

10S1 8 11 

108111 9 

102 6 7 

102 2 4 7 
92 8 7 8 

107 U 10 

106 

107 2 4 

112 10 10 

112 6 4 

106 6 3 

106 8 6 

106 5 5 

103 ll 9 
106 10 8 

108 7 4 

106 6 6 
106 6 6 

107 4 2 



By Sea King — Ida B. (E. K. Bryson). 

S 2*> I s S Wida 7 Arbitrator, An. Kdgiir. S. Heart 
4 u 3 1® J I’itz N Lytic, Fritz Ernst. Solid ltook 

4 3 l 3 2 5 J Pitz S Dragon Rock. Clark M., Corydon 

5 2J 3 2 R Troise 7 FritzErnst. F. Ballot, J. Graham 

6 6 2 2 2 J Howard 8 Starlike, Capt.M’hmont, Scor'd! 

4 4 4 4 2 i J Howard 6 Woodthrush, Lytle, M.’s Beau 

7 21 R Troise 8 Sasenta, Dragonllock, Circulate 

1 2‘ 2"kR Troise 6 Sasenta, J. W. Klein, TheDuke 

5 5 2 4 18 R Troise ft Trapping, Sen. James, Breeze 

5 6 6 1 ® R Troise 5 B. Roberts, SirWellons, Rafferty 

6 6 s 5" T Rice 7 Gex, Jack Mount, Air Man 

By English Lad — Flammula (J. T. West). 

1 2 3 2= L Fator 12 Great Gull, Schemer, Zodiac 

4 6 4 6®i L Fator 8 J. W. Klein, J. Schas, LadvJGrey 

8 75 7 8 J L Fator 8 G. Russell. Austral. J.W. Klein 

4 6 6 15 H Bulim’n 5 Vocabulary, Bac, St. Jude 

9 9 8 ,s W Doyle 9 P. to Point, Chillum, F. Keogh 

1 l®k 3 2 W Doyle 10 M. Sweep, WhiteCrown, Bendlet 

7 75 6 5 J W Doyle 8 Austral, Mud Sill, Flare 

I 1‘5 I s H Jeffcott 7 Sordello, Darkey, Nephthys 

4 3“h 3« H Bullm’nll S. Heart, B. Simmons, Arbitrator 

6 18 N Huff 7 R’dmnster, M. Frances, Fr’scuelo 

6>® W Doyle 7 Capt.M’mont, G. Dolly, M. Jubilee 

5 4 i W Doyle 10 Bogart, Disturber. Rara Vez 
By Fair Play — Violet Ray (T. R. Queen), 

7 7 7 7 J .1 Pitz 7 Jake Sclias. Dalrose, L. Langdcii 

5 6h 7 3 J A Pickens 8 Sky Man. Sevillian. Jake Schas 

3 4' 4 3 J Q Preece 5 Drag. Rock, CavanBoy, Austral 

1 l 2 l 4 Q Preece 5 Bac, St. Jude, Great Dolly 

9 9 4 7" R Bail 10 Gus Sclieer, Sparkler, K. Tuscan 

7 7 3 7 14 R Ball 8 Walt. Mack, MissWright. Luzzi 

10 10 5 9" C Rob’sonl2 Bl. Thistle, Sis. Emblem. Luther 
7 8‘5 8 28 J Rod’ g’ezlO Blue Thistle, Luther, Oc. Prince 

12 ll 2 ll 28 H Ham’t’nl2 Polroma, Mose, Bellringer 
1 6 1 6" H Wakoff 7 C’baltLass, Gr’phic, Q.of theSea 

6 6 2 6 1 ® S Sn’dman 7 Soldier, Pazza, G. M. Miller 

1 1“ 1* S Sn’dman 9 Gold. Boy, W. Violet, Crumpsall 

By Dalhousie — Rosebay (M. Jordan). 

3 3’i 2 1 H Thurber ft El Plaudit. GreatGull. WillSoon 

:i l"k 211 H Thurber 7 J. Schas, L.Iairigdcii. Sol. Rock 

7 6 4 6®1 L Fator 8 Lytle, Fritz Ernst, Solid Rock 

8 55 4“* J Pitz 8 Sky Man, Sevillian, Jake Sclias 

0 3 1 2" J Pitz S Little Buss, Sliandon. Zodiac 

6 4 2 1'5 T Murray 9 Daybreak, Timkins, Zodiac 

3 3* 1 2 1 H Thurber 9 Bac, Sevillian, John Grnlium 

4 5 l 2 1 Q Preece 11 Artist, El Plaudit, Darkey 

3 3’ 3’S Q Preece 7 James, Galaway, Will Soon 

5 6"* 4 2 j J Dreyer 9 Dragon Rock, Lit. Buss, B.Sand 

9 9 6 3 J J Dreyer 9 Phil Ungar, T.Grader, L.J.Grey 

6 6 5 8 5 J Dreyer ft K. Tuscan, F. Crawford, Breeze 

By Isidor — Adriutha (C. E. Brosius). 

2 5 1 6 n J L Fator 7 Juke Sclias. Dairose. L. Luugdeu 

3 55 7 3 2 R Troise 8 ltockport, J. Schas, Capt.M’niont 

2 2 2 2" H Thurber 8 Sky Mail, Jake Schas, Dalrose 

1 2 J 3 2 J R Troise 7 C’tMarehmont, S.Itock, S. James 

2 l 1 l 2 H Lunsf’d 11 Fritz Ernst, W.Crown, C. Haven 

4 4 3 3>5 H Lunsf’d 9 Bac, Dalrose, John Graham 

6 6® 6 21 T Murray 8 Corydon. Daybreak, Quick 

6 7i> 8 4 J H Bullm'n 9 Dragon Rock, Lit. Buss, B.Sand 

7 9' 8 10 R Ryan 10 Glorine, Wh. Crown. Scotch Kiss 

8 7 4 7 20 W And’s’n 8 Waterford, Hops, Glorine 

4 6’5 5 14 H Jeffcott 9 Clark M„ High Gear, Colors 

9 9 9 2 ® C Miller 9 Clark M„ Lytle, Algardi 

7 7 7 20 C Miller 7 Rockport, Zu Zu, Canto 

By Jack Atkin — Naughty (K. Spence). 

4 5‘5 6 23 T Murray 7 Kingfisher. Arbitrator. A. Edgar 

7 8‘51""5 T Murray 11 F. Ernst. Q.Trovato, LadyJ.Grey 

2 2- 2 ' T Murray 9 LadyJ.Grey, Sordello, Nephthys 

4 2 l T Murray 9 Shandon, PeepAgain. J. Graham 

3 3® 25 T Murray 7 Cliemung, Cliff Haven, Ambrose 

6 6 3 5 J i T Murray 10 Miss Sweep, W.Crown, Lon. Girl 

9 93 913 x Murray 12 Breeze, Jeffery, Miss Sweep 

8 8* 9*3 T Murray .11 Frank Keogli, Circulate. B.Sand 

6 7 6" T Murray 7 Blancliita, Circulate, MissJazbo 

the post. H Lunsf’d 7 Perigourdine, Waterford. View 

4 4'5 4>5 H Lunsf’d (1 J.W. Klein. Yenghee, Hel. Atkia 

By Harrigan — Flarney (M. H. Morrison). 

7 9' 7 ,= FI Thurberll! J.Snijic. L.JanelJrey, Fr.llurke 

6 6 3 5 1 2 J Frach 7 Jake Schas, Dalrose, L. Langden 

C 6' 6 4 J L Fator 11 F. Ernst, Q.Trovato, LadyJ.Grey 

3 6 2 2i> R Troise 10 WillSoon. Q.Trovato, Tok. March 

2 2 5 2* R Troise 8 Sam Hill, WillSoon, W’teCrown 

4 6- 6=1 A Pickens S Schemer, Nephthys, Peep Again 

8 7 l 5 33 T Murray 8 Bac, S. McMeekin, Frank Keogli 

7 7 7‘® R Davies 7 Artist, O’Malley, Zodiac 

g 7« gi: W Lang 8 Cnp.City, At.Muir, FrankKeogh 

6 8 8 8'® T Nolan 10 Dragon Rock, F. Keogh, Mudsill 

4 4 4 4 4 i R Davies* 9 Crys.Day, S iniHill, CapitalCiiy 

7 6 l 8 8 i R Davies 10 Higli Tide. Galaway, S.Suudals 

By Holiday House— Lapis (Columbia Stable). 

5 4 3 4- .1 Pitz 8 Sen. James. F. Embry, M'ngane * 

5 8 s 9' 4 D Stirling 9 Premium, Manganese, F. H-illuf 

1 1® l 1 ® H Burke 5 Joe Finn, Pi<|uette, Kestrel 

3 45 4 2 J H Burke 8 Bandy mo, Bajazet, Lit. Menard 

4 4* 3 4 5 H Burke 0 Valspar, Dryer. Margaret Boyd 

5 5 2 4“ H Burke 7 Moncreif. Ed. Adams. Zamlocli 

2 4 2 6 3 2 H flullman 8 C.McF’ran, J. Hanover, N’shville 

3 3 3 o 5 H Lunsf’d 9 C’rlaverock, P.P’lstiiorpe. Z11 Zu 

6 6 3 2* A Collins 8 Ralphs., Mr. Dooley, S.M’guerite 

4 5'5 4 4 A Collins 11 L. C’ricious, DuFloss, Beau. Lady 

7 6 2 6*3 H Burke 8 F. Fancy, Conliscation, Tom ’l it 

7 6 2 6 10 F Murphy 8 Yorkville, Pliedoden, Frascuelo 

By Blues — Lemon Girl (O'Meara Bros.). 

3 5ii 6 :l J W (largan 8 Luly James, Cry.Dny, Gr.Gull 

8 7 l 8 3 3 D Boland 10 Jutland, Jojum.’ Lucky Pearl 

3 3= 3®i D Boland 8 K.Trovato, L.James, b.Higlivvay 

3 61 7®3 H Thurlx'r 8 Bac, S. McMeekin, Frank Keogh 

4 4» 4 12 H Thurber 7 Corydon, Sen. James, Waterford 

4 0.5 6®l H Thurber 0 Capital City, Breeze, LittleBuss 

C 6 l 4=3 H Thurber 8 Bulger, AnnieEdgar, KingWorth 

3 3' 1® H Thurberlo Chillum, Bierman, Sam Hill 

3 S'l 2’5 H Thurberlo Seorpii, Kernan, Pretty Baby 

7 5 2 4 7 D Stirling 10 Wal.Mack, Heredity, Froz.Glen 

2 2 1 2* H Thurberlo Starlike. Pontefract. Cliemung 

5 6 2 3 4 J T Murray 11 Luzzi, V isible, Garoune 

2 2' 3 3 J H Thurber S Pliedoden. W. Master. Callaway 

4 65 4 5 i II Bullm’n 7 rerigourdine, Waterford. View 

By Day Comet — Presanella (C. J. Fitz Gerald). 

12 ll 1 1 1 1 * (1 Staple 12 Great Gull. LoiidouGirl. Schemer 

8 6 l 6‘° C Dishmon s Nephthys. Taffy. Cliff Haven 

9 8 3 7 4 i R Wingf'dlO Jutland, Jojam. Lucky Pearl 

6 5 l 6'® C Dishm'n 8 K.Trovato, L.James, R.L.Owen 

10 10 !) 7 3 R Wingf’dlO Rap.Firer, W.Master, Gaff.Girl 

II 11 ll 1 ® R Wingf’dlt Santiago. Sliandon, Jake Schas 

11 11 10 24 R Wingf’dll Sis. Susie, Sliandon. Pontefract 
10 10 2 9 1 ® R Wingf’dll Fly. Dart. Br.Prince, PeepAgain 

8 8 8 1 ® J H Eurke 8 Tok. March, P’ntefract. Lantaua 

10 10 10 20 J Dreyer 10 Flapper, Austral. Cobrita 

8 9 9 ,a H Ericks’n 9 Troilus, Kate Bright, Clean Up 

10 <M 9 l * L Gentry 12 HarryMason, MerryLass. Sayetb 

By Dr. Leggo — The Peeress (H. J. Kennedy). 

4 410 416 Thurber 8 Vignola. Syrian. Lackrose 

10 85 8®1 R Wingf'dll Blancliita, Itr. Prince, Iron Boy 

3 3 2 3 7 T Murray ft High Low, Chemung, Rockport 

2 lit l®k h Thurberl2 MissFranees, Barton, 1’ecpAgain 

6 74 8 14 W Kelsay 12 Servia, Callaway, L. Spendthrift 

5 4 2 4 2 3 R Wilson 11 Laudator, Golden Chance, Artist 

7 7 5 6 2 i R Wilson 12 BrovvnP’nee, Closer, PeepAgain 

7 8 1 9" C Jackson 12 Fascinating, Ambrose, Tiuikins 

4 4 2 4 D J W Kelsay 9 Lackrose, Servia, Visible 

7 65 S®3 T Nolan 9 Phil Ungar, T.Grader, L.J.Grey 

4 3“ k 2 4 T Nolan 8 Bianca, Cardome, B. Dona lion 

2 2 1 3 2 5 T Nolan 8 Tok. March, P’tefract, Galaway 



By Sain — Toots Mook (A. C. Niehaus). 

5 2 5" D Boland 8 Lola, Ed Garrison. James G. 

8 7®5 W Gargan S Lit. Nephew, EdGarrison, Brizz 

2 n * 3 4 R lines 8 Diadi, Phedoden, Twenty Seven 

8 S 18 W Doyle 8 Sasenta, Gordon Russell, Breeze 

3 7 5 o 14 J H Burke 0 W’dtlirush, Circulate, Cap. City 
4A 3® W Kelsay ft Clark M., McLane, Sliandon 

out 2* W Kelsay 8 Bonnie Tess, Brizz, Ed Garrison 

l 3 1® W Kelsay 7 King Worth, Cardome, Banyan 

51 755 w Kelsay 9 Jeffery. Sen. James, LuckyPearl 

3 1 3 6 5 W Kelsay 11 Fickle Fancy, Phedoden, Glorine 

10 10 42 W Kelsay 10 HighGear, Sparkler, EdGarrison 

9 9 1 ® D Boland 9 H’inilt’nA., Dimitri, Gor.Russell 

2n* l h W Kelsay 8 ElPlaudit, St’utHeart, Cap. City 

35 2 h W Doyle 7 W.Hope, K.Trovato. L.S’dtlirift 



By Golden Maxim — : 

95 7®i* D Boland 12 
6‘ (i'JR Troise 8 
6 2 5’i II Thurberlo 
4>5 l' 1 T Murray 12 
53 4*3 E Hilemanll 
31 3 1 ! J Dreyer 10 
4 2 25 T Nolan 8 
35 4®J A Pickens 7 
7'5 7‘* H Lunsf’dlO 
3® I s J Dreyer 7 
8 2 8‘® C Brown 12 



Proud Duchess (M. M. Shields). 

S. James, Encore. C'upt.M’hinnnt 
S. Susie. G. Bussell, C’tM’ehmont 
Perig’dine, Blazeaway, Frasc’lo 
Kernan, Manganese, Luzzi 

S. Susie, Blancliita, J.B. Harrell 
EdGarrison. Sliandon, K. Tuscan 
Helen Atkin, Bunice, MissGove 
Unar, Helen Atkin, Jim. Burns 
Capt. M’moiit, T.Miss, F'nating 
Brizz, Blancliita, Lantana 

T. Anderson. F. Ballot, C.Buru» 



BEVELKY JAMES, 

41803 Havana 3- 

41701 Havana 51 

416<i6 Havana 3- 

41432 Havana 3- 

41562 Havana 3- 

41:530 Havana 51 

41144 Havana 51 

41105 Havana 55 

41025 Havana 51 

41012 Hav ana 55 

40066 Havana 55 

40920 Havana 61 

40747 Havana 8- 

40723 Havana 3- 

40703 Havana 6- 

88500 Prosp’ct Ab7- 



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4 1:14 good 15 
f l:06%fast 3 
4 l:13> /0 fast 12 
4 1:13 fast 8 
4 1:14 good 4 
f l:ll%mud 6 
f l:07%fast 25 
f 1 :07%fast S-5 
f l:09%slow 35 
f 1:12 slow 25 
f LllVislow 2 
f l:14%hvy 5 
4 1:17 slow 15 
4 l:2o%hvy 4 
8 1 :09%hvy 10 

8 1:28 Vast — 



Bv Maddalo — Tourmaletta (Columbia Stable). 

o 3 6’ 3 J Howard S Bellringer. Miss Sweep. Ague 

4® 2 2 J Howard 8 Cull Shot, Wheat Cukes, Encore 

31 2“ II Bulbnanll Itlancliitn, Iron Iioy, Great Gull 

6 1 4 1 1 H Bullmanll Encore. LadyJ.Grey, Miss Jazbo 

2 2 2"® H Bulbn’nl2 A1 Hudson, Linkstrap, Plioneta 

7 5 7 S 5 T Murray S Lit. Buss, FritzErnst, ElPlaudit 

5 2 6 S 3 T Murray 8 Cap. City, At.Muir, FrnnkKeogli 

3 2 In T Murray 12 Closer, Peep Again, Servia 

6 1 1 4 3 5 H Bullm’nl2 Bev. James, Closer, SiiovvQneen 
6® 4 3 J T Murray 9 Cardome, Callaway, Timkins 

4 4 4 17 D Stirling 8 Betterton. Cliemung, Hands Off 

By Star Ruby — Lady Lindsey (B. Mock). 

5'1 7 14 R lines S Sen. James. F. Embry. M'ngunese 

41 43^ jj Tliurber S .lames G.. Lola. Cliemung 

4' 6 3 i ll Ball 1(1 Luzzi. Lola. James G. 

6 2 6** R Bali 8 Bonnie Tess, Driffield, Brizz 

65 6 3 2 D Stirling 9 Jeffery, Sen. Janies, LuckyPearl 

7i 8" J Dreyer 11 Fick. Fancy, Pliedoden, Driffield 

4 1 15 D Stirling 11 Frascuelo, BoyBlue, J.B. Harrell 

25 1' J Dreyer 12 Closer, Snow Queen. Br. Priuee 

8 1 9’® J Dawson 9 I au krose, Servia. Visible 

4 3 2 1 J Dawson 10 Will Soon, Scabbard, No Trumps 

5* 6 21 J Dreyer S Betterton, Chemung, Hands Off 

7‘5 6 43 R Ryan 9 Merry Jubilee, Ague, MissJazbo 

3® 2*> H Dentiler 7 Jutland, Pontefract, Pliedoden 

7 4 8 33 R Ball 8 Petlar. Zodiac. Pretty Baby 

6 1 6‘* R Bail 8 King Worth, Glorine. Egmont 



1* H Dennler 8 Carlaverock, Eurlymorn, R. Goose 



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